Friday, 17 February 2012

Four weeks to go!

The buildings of Inner Farne



Sunset Farnes style


Friday 17th February comments: The count-down has started as in four weeks time the rangers will meet back up in Seahouses having been far and wide during the winter months. Following the usual week of training in Seahouses, we'll be packing everything (including the kitchen sink) and heading over to the islands, which will be home for the next nine months. On 1st April we'll then open our doors to the visitors and then the real hard work can begin...bring it on.


It's still early days at the moment as we haven't recorded our first Puffin this season, but Guillemots continue to increase in number with boatmen reporting several thousand on the cliffs last week. Good numbers of Shags are already present whilst Fulmars remain settled. The season is just about to start...

3 comments:

Midmarsh John said...

That reminded me of the recent report of a young Puffin washed up on Skegness, Lincolnshire, beach. Now being cared for at the Natureland and Seal Sanctuary, hopefully to be released in a few weeks time.

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The count-down has started as in four weeks time the rangers will meet back up in Seahorses having been far and wide during the winter months. Following the usual week of training in Seahorses, we'll be packing everything (including the kitchen sink) and heading over to the islands, which will be home for the next nine months. On 1st April we'll then open our doors to the visitors and then the real hard work can begin...bring it on.