A window into the world of the National Trust for Scotland Rangers at St Abbs.
Friday, 22 April 2016
Lizy, Jill and I were out on the clifftops on Wednesday afternoon scanning for the fist guillemot egg - Jill got the prize! The shags have been on eggs for a few weeks now, and are looking splendid with fresh plummage and their head tufts of feathers (from whence they get their name). All sorts of fantastic behavious going on up there - courtship, mating, territoriality, nest building, predation. Fabulous! Liza.