|View of Ailsa Craig from the living room window! Kintyre peninsula in the background.|
The fields next to the beach had several Yellowhammers singing, a song I rarely hear back in Lancashire. A few Gannets fished offshore but there were few seabirds on view. We had planned to go out to Ailsa Craig however the boat was full so something we'll do next time. A couple of Black Guillemots were very active at Girvan harbour but just a single female Eider there - most of these ducks will be forming large moulting flocks at various places along the coast one of which we could see whilst driving between Girvan and Turnberry.
Anyway, the trap is out again tonight though is is rather breezy. Currently it's 10:15pm and still light!