The last couple of days have been very spring-like here at St Abb's Head. Birds such as Skylark and Yellowhammer have started singing, flowers including Lesser Celandine and Primrose are starting to emerge, and most importantly the seabirds are back! The last couple of days have seen 1000s of Guillemots back on the cliffs, although they are very unsettled at this time of year, and could easily have all disappeared out to sea by tomorrow! Looking a bit more settled are the Shags which have already started to build nests.
|Foul Bay, finally filled with the sights and sounds of a seabird colony after many months of emptiness|
|Guillemots back on the cliffs, including one bridled Guillemot with a white ring around its eye|