Just a quick video and picture for you all today, taken during yesterday mornings trip to Burhou they show a very exciting moment in the seabird season this year as the number of nests are rapidly increasing. But we would like to know if you can identify the different nests. So take a look at the picture and video and see what you think they are.
In the picture we can see the eggs of a species that is on Burhou, it prefers to nest in grass verges of cliff-tops and coastal islands. It will also nest colonially, laying up to 3 eggs. This species only occurs in small numbers on Burhou, as opposed to its cousin, which appears in numbers above 1,000. Do you know what species this nest belongs to?