A birdwatching visit down to the end of the Mull was top of the list although I was unsure what birds may have arrived on the cliffs. It was soon confirmed, by the noise, that there were already substantial numbers. In the main, Guillemots, Razorbills and Kittiwakes had arrived in good numbers on those impressive cliffs.
A new addition to the end of the Mull is a superb cafe which makes spending dawn to dusk there, easy. There wasn't even a toilet there the last time we visited.
.....but back to the birds
I looked up to see the bird flying away from me and it perched itself on a foothold on the opposite side of the gully
I wrongly thought that would be the end of the excitement for the day, .....but that's for the next post