We are over half way through the breeding season but there is still lots to see around the Isle of May NNR. Lot’s of balls of fluff are still to be seen all over the island.
Eider Ducklings are doing well on the loch
An Arctic Tern chick wedges itself between rocks in an attempt to camoflage
This little Arctic Tern chick has only hatched recently
This Tern chick likes to run around at the feet of May Princess passengers while they disembark to boat
Pied Wagtails are still producing young. They are one of the two regular breeding songbirds on the island
The Lesser Black-backed Gulls looking over their two chicks
A Puffling is stuck in the vegetation. This bird was released at dusk
Plump Kittiewake chicks near the South Horn
A Guilliemot chick sits in the shade of it’s parent
One of the dozen or so Oystercatcher chicks that are around the Island
I managed to get a few close up shots of the Island Longtails. Not a chick but still quite cute!