Monday 26th March

Another sunny morning and the tide just onto the stones at Earnsy Bay, an ideal time to catch the waders resting, see photos, Turnstone, Curlew, Oystercatchers, and Little Stints.

Slylarks are now mating and the old BAE tip is a good place to watch close up.

Bob and Bri

Coastal Path

Work appears to have started on the new coastal path, scrub has been cleared, starting at gate 4 and running along the airfield fence towards the channel, see photos. The path is supposed to open in the summer of this year, the above part is the only section of the agreed route that was not already a path, so now we await the new sign posts etc.

The number of Songthrush has on our daily route has doubled this year, normally it is only 3 or 4, they are one of the first to start the year off singing.

Another early singer is the Dunnock, see attached photo.

Bob and Bri