Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Seahouses Harbour, Northumberland

At Seahouses harbour we spotted loads of Eider, a beautiful looking duck if ever I saw one. The birds in the harbour were predominantly females performing creche duties whilst the males gathered to the north of the harbour in their winter plumage.

Other birds on the rocks included a group of Starlings, this one kindly posed atop seaweed strewn rocks with the Farne Islands in the background.

I think these are juvenile Pipits (not sure which one) perched on the edge of an overgrown container overlooking the bay.

Black Headed Gull, Longstone Lighthouse in the background.

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