Friday, 22 May 2015

A day on Looe Island, Cornwall.

 We spent a day as guests on Looe Island off of South east Cornwall on Tuesday. The weather was showery with a cold North West wind but it was still a fantastic place to be.

Our aim was to count seals as part of our monthly programme but we also counted birds and insects as well.

Anyone wishing to go to Looe island then checkout the Cornwall Wildlife Trust website for details.

Here are a few of my images from the day.

Nesting Herring Gull
Grey Seal

Rock Pipit

Nesting Great Black backed Gull

Nesting Oystercatcher

Nesting Great Black backed Gull


Barrel Jellyfish washed up near the jetty.

Herring Gull

Great Black backed Gull

Nesting Shag

Nesting Fulmar

This Shag has taken over an abandoned Raven's nest

Nesting Cormorant

Nesting Herring Gull amongst the thrift.


Carol Coward said...

Fantastic set Adrian. Loved the Shag especially. Don't see many of them around nowadays! xx

Adrian Davey (Dibs) said...

Great set Adrian,looks like a good place to visit

Roos said...

Hello Adrian, some great birds you got to see. Must have been a great day!

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