Friday, 7 April 2017
Out on the clifftops today, taking a look at how the seabird breeding season is getting on. The shags look totally spendiferous, one might even say shagtastic, at this time of year. Their plumage is fresh, so the irridescent green shows beautifully, and the shag of feathers on their heads (from which they get their name) are very prominent (its all to do with attracting a mate). My camera was on full zoom, so not the best picture ever, but it gives you the gist. Liza.