Wild up North
a diary living with nature in East Holywell and beyond
Sunday, 24 July 2011
The North East coast was taking a pounding from a big Northerly swell today. There were good movements of Storm Petrels and Skuas reported.
While a single Artic Skua sat on the sea just off Seaton Sluice, and Oystercatchers fed along the shore, a group of pink monkeys were learning about natural selection.
St Mary's Island, as viewed from Seaton Sluice.
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St Mary's Island
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