Looking through the pictures I took of the Kittiwakes at Langdon, I noticed that I also took some of this Fulmar on the cliff. I hope that this was just a place to rest and not where it intended to lay it's eggs. It really doesn't look as if one would last there at all.
I just liked this one, Fulmars are such great subjects.
I was disappointed to see that two regular Bloggers about birds and Natural History had decided to call it a day. Steve Gale has packed up his "North Downs and Beyond" and removed it completely and Gavin Haig, has called a halt to "Not quite Scilly" although he is leaving existing posts in place. This is a shame because both were well written and often interesting subjects. It is totally understandable though. It takes time and at times trying to find the right words and pictures can be a painful procedure. I hope that at some time we will see these two bloggers back, but we should be thankful for their contributions over the last couple of years. This is my 1122 post so I suppose it isn't surprising that I find that I'm repeating myself at times. Looking at my list of Kent Bloggers about birds I notice several that haven't posted for two months or more. I think we are seeing the birth of a new syndrome, the blogger fatigue syndrome.