Shortly after reaching Bartlet's nab, a large immature pale-winged gull with a pinkish tinge flew at eye level along the cliff. It was my first Glaucous gull. I took some poor record shots before it disappeared from view.
Pill Millipede crossing the path.
A record shot of Glaucous gull.
I spent some time watching this Gannet on a ledge by Staple Newk, which was displaying enthusiastically, maybe trying to attract a pair?
I never knew Gannets could twist their necks so much, it almost went full circle!
It finally got some interest and was joined by another, much billing ensued.
The ledge Gannet and others. Nesting behaviour was in evidence.
A mating pair billing, and an angry neighbour.
A couple of Shags were sitting under Staple Newk on their breeding plumage.
Kittiwakes on nest.