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May 23rd 2014

Pentire/ Rumps; I was very relieved to see eight Puffin sitting just off of the Moul’s this morning; after the huge seabird wreck in Feb, involving thousands of Puffin, with dead birds washed up along France’s atlantic coast, the bay of Biscay and the Channel islands. (C Selway)

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Amble Marshes; A female Wigeon. (C Selway)

 

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2 thoughts on “May 23rd 2014

  1. Always looking out for Puffins but rarely seen when out monitoring Peregrines along the same stretch of coastline. Are numbers going up or down in recent years on the North Cornish coast?

    1. I have just counted eight Puffin sitting close to the Moul’s this morning, the first this year, I’m very relieved to see them back after the huge wreck in Feb with thousands of dead Puffin washed up along France’s atlantic coast, the bay of Biscay and the Channel islands. As with most birds numbers are going down, their just about hanging on at this site.

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