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Plastic Pollution in Gull Colonies - Meg’s Dissertation Journey... so far

So, you know when you’re about to start third year and you realise this is the year when you do your dissertation and it’s the biggest assignment of your whole university degree? 1,690 more words

Skomer Razorbills

Charadriiformes

Place: North Haven, Skomer
Dates: 11 May 2017.






Place: Skomer near Garland Stone
Dates: 11 May 2017.



Place: The Neck, Skomer
Dates: 11 May 2017. 58 more words

Charadriiformes

6/4/17. Late afternoon on the old stone bridge near the Farm. Skomer.

Thursday 6th April, late afternoon and early evening; I spent the morning just walking around the island. Mid afternoon I decided to try to record some of the island’s sounds. 522 more words

Field Recording

7/4/17. North Haven, Skomer. Razorbills, Seals and Gulls.

1pm and I’m sitting on the landing at North Haven where boats bring visitors into Skomer for their first experience of this most magical place. These boats often come from Martins Haven on the mainland in Wales. 235 more words

Field Recording

7/4/17. Shearwaters return from evening feeding, Skomer.

Back to the same place I recorded their departure the night before. It is still very quiet. Some gulls overhead, but not much to start with. 226 more words

Field Recording

6/4/17 Shearwaters leave Skomer for nightly feeding

On the way back from the warden’s evening Bird Log and Lecture I set off about 100 metres downhill into the shallow valley to the south of the Farm. 224 more words

Field Recording

7/4/17 Shearwater in burrow at the Wick, Skomer

I was just leaving the Wick after listening to the Kittiwakes just before sunset when I heard a little noise coming from the ground.

The Wick is an amazing shear cliff facing a narrow inlet. 213 more words

Field Recording