On Monday we had an Arctic Skua close to the boat on the way home so here is a few pictures of it.
Continued from Part 2 Look it’s a Grey Phalarope. I looked but I could not see the bird for the water. Then all of a sudden I spotted it and it was resting on the water with the Kittiwakes. Grabbing the camera I was just about to take a shot, when up it went and flew away. … Read more
Well you can tell it was Bank Holiday Weekend as the weather changed and the wind picked up. We never got out on Sunday but made it out today. We only did 2 trips as the tide was getting high and we would have lost our shelter from the Islands. It was like seals city … Read more
Just some lovely pictures from our Sunset Cruise tonight. Thank you to everyone for joining me tonight.
I tried for over a week to get a picture of the sun going down beside Bamburgh Castle and every night a cloud covered it, but it eventually it came out to play. I have taken some pictures with different settings, so if they are rubbish then please let me know where I’m going wrong.
I was lucky enough the other day to see a Tail Ship passing the Farnes. I was moored in the kettle at The Inner Farne when I first saw this beautiful ship pass, so I let go of the anchor and set of to get some nice pictures. She was called STAVROS S NIARCHOS of … Read more
A update after the storm. Well at first glance the birds look as though they have managed to brave the storm with only a few casualty’s. The Kittiwakes are the ones that everyone was worried about as they nest so close to the waters edge, but after closer inspection they look as though they have made it. … Read more
This is your last chance for our Winter 4 Hour Tour. We have a few dates left so don’t delay and pre-book now by calling us and receive a discounted tour price. Enjoy the wonders of Holy Island and The Farnes as some birds leave but others arrive. These will be our last winter tours … Read more
The morning may have been cold but it was more than compensated for by the winter sunshine and the incredible array of wildlife around the islands. With calm seas and the attention of many birds increasingly turning to looking their best for the coming breeding season we had some superb views of some of the … Read more
All the action was on the mainland today, one of the few times in the year that all the wardens from The Farnes were keen to get off the islands as a male Desert Wheatear was relocated on the beach just before the end of the last row of seafront houses in the village. This … Read more