Just a few pictures to show that we have seabirds on the island, lots of them. They are at the stages of reestablishing the bonds with their partners or finding a new one and marking out a nesting area so during this period they come and go from the island but it is fantastic to see the island suddenly a hive of activity. We even have a first egg, the first shag egg was noted by the researchers on Wednesday.
Do you fancy seeing the spectacle? If so then the first visitor boats start on the 3 April .