Sunday, June 24, 2012


There's normally a small group of Razorbills on the rocks near the landing stage on Skomer Island. I didn't notice them on my way onto the island, but they were there as I was leaving, and I just had time to fire off a few shots before departing on the last boat back to the mainland:

A couple of flight shots, taken from the boat as it cruised near the island:

Still sorting through my Puffin shots!


  1. And again a bird I haven't see before. Stunning photo's Jeremy.
    Have a nice week

  2. Stunning captures!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  3. such beauties! :)

    (thanks for coming by today - those are fox squirrels - hence why i titled it fox tail.) :)

  4. Yet another of my favourites, the Razorbill, these are beautiful, and flying!

  5. Thanks TexWisGirl. I should have guessed, but I only know the British Red Squirrel and the (naturalised here) American Grey (or Gray)Squirrel!

  6. Some high quality images there Jeremy love to see those Razorbills. Hoping to get to Skomer myself next June may ask your advice re getting there etc.