3rd June

It's a sad state of affairs when the sea scores with most of the day's interest in early June, but with 6 Arctic Skuas, 2 Pomarine Skuas and a Yellow-legged Gull through off the Bill and barely more the 2 Reed Warblers and a Chiffchaff to show by way of new arrivals on the ground throughout the whole island it wasn't hard to gauge which fared better.

 There are definitely more molluscs around this year and it is a rare pleasure to manage to capture the moment when Glow Worm larvae find their next meal ©Gerry Hinde: