We’ve either got plenty of water or none at all. The Isle of May get up to 40% less of the rain that falls on the mainland. However during the first three weeks of April this year started 80.5mm fell, about 1/6 of our annual rainfall. This is the highest rainfall since records began (that’s what they always say anyway). We know this as we have set up our new rain gauge at the beginning of the season. Showers for all currently, we will keep you updated on water levels.
Puffins don’t expect to be swimming into their burrows
Razorbills looked confused by the waterfalls
The shags just kept their heads down
Ladies bed looked more like the Olympic canoe short course
The sun was shining on Fife by sunset