There are still no eggs, albeit the shags have been spending more and more time on the collection of dried seaweed and vegetation that makes up their nest. The pair seem to spend most time on the nest during the early and latter part of the day. Shags have been known to lay their eggs usually between april and june.
About the Author: AWT Staff
The Alderney Wildlife Trust (AWT) is made up of a number of staff members. Our Ramsar Officer works with the cameras to monitors the puffins' breeding success and manages the action plan for the site every year.