Once again at midday, high tide and flat sea permit good views of some seabirds which are normally hard to see here.
Razorbills are still scattered across the bay, and so close in that it’s no problem seeing the distinctive shape of the bill (what kind of razor it resembles, I’m not quite sure). Usually, the only auks we see here are zipping about way out on the horizon and unidentifiable as either species. Alternatively, they’re oiled birds, rescued, treated and released by the RSPCA, Mallydams Wood. These ones now look in the best of health however and are busily feeding.