A few sights from the island today.
A turnstone all dressed up and nowhere to go. This bird is in its splendid breeding plumage and should be further north paired up and in the middle of the breeding season but instead is hanging around the island with a couple of mates.
As the sun went down it lit up the Mainlight.
Birders hanging around the tunnel by the Lowlight shortly before they started during Bruce Forsyth impressions.
They spend all day on the nest often only coming off for a few minutes a day, so when they do come off the nest they have a lot to do !
Look closer ! How did she do that?