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Chris Sperring's Stronsay wildlife photos part 2

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Jeremy Torrance web producer Jeremy Torrance web producer | 12:12 UK time, Friday, 5 November 2010

Those of you who heard Chris commentating on the grey seal webcams or who read my post yesterday will know that we promised to share some of the photos we took of the wildlife of Stronsay. Mine are, ahem, still at the developer's so until I get them back here are Chris's (with a couple of non-wildlife ones thrown in for good measure). It's not all about the seals up here...

hen harrier

Hen harrier (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

waxwing

Waxwing (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

Black guillemot

Black guillemot (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

gannet

Gannet (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

redshank

Redshank (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

sanderling

Sanderling (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

rainbow

Rainbow (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

boat in rough sea

Fishing boat (photo copyright: Chris Sperring)

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Great shots Chris. Thank you for sharing some of the other wildlife on the island.
    Beautiful waxwing and stunning rainbow...
    Looks like a rough day fishing!
    Cheers~

  • Comment number 2.

    Love the black Guillemot pic especially, very up lifting to the spirit after today's drama and trauma on the beaches. Beautiful waxwing too. Thanks for keeping us going with the commentaries as well. Glad you are finding time to get around and about.Enjoy the couple of days you have left.

  • Comment number 3.

    Ahhhh...at last your Waxwing,great pic,so pleased for you - Hen Harrier to - Wow dont they look 'Owlie' on the wing ? Loved your 'dramatic' fishing boat too,looks like its about to capsize ! Prehaps you can show us more of your lovely 'Stronsay shots' at 'the launch'?...

 

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