The Trout Angler in Shetland: There were some interesting post-war exhibits and other far older exhibits such as artefacts from archaeological digs on the island. Common Redpoll at Hoswick. White-rumped Sandpiper at Virkie Of bressay later Grutness. The colony of at least 50, pairs of Puffins is scattered over several miles of boulder screes and heavily grazed steep slopes along the west cliffs of the reserve.
Spotted Redshank Of bressay 2 Yellow-browed Warblers at Haroldswick. In the far south, there is a colony of Arctic skuas. Ruff at Loch of Littlester. Brent Goose and Glaucous Gull at Scatness. Bluethroat and Spotted Flycatcher at Sumburgh. Monday 5th November South Mainland: Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
American Golden Plover at Copister. Jack Snipe and 2 Reed Buntings at Ireland. Long-eared Owl at Sanshoull.
Yellow Wagtail at Aith, Cunningsburgh. Pink-footed Goose at Cullivoe. Pink-footed Goose at Breckon. Lesser Redpoll at Baltasound. The 10th Cruiser Squadron was stationed at Swarbacks Minn the stretch of water to the south of Muckle Roeand during a single year from March more than 4, ships sailed from Lerwick as part of an escorted convoy system.
Saturday 13th October Still good numbers of thrushes mainly Redwings and finches mainly Bramblings today, along with smaller numbers of Goldcrests, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps and Robins. If you refuse, I'll have you killed on the spot and I swear I will ravage every island with fire and steel.
North-western Common Redpoll at Bakkasetter.
Siberian Chiffchaff at Walls. Chaffinch and 2 Blackcaps at Voehead. Ring-necked Duck and Glaucous Gull Of bressay Clumlie.
Puffins in Shetland About the Puffin The Puffin is probably the best known member of the Auk family, although there are another 21 species including Guillemots and Razorbills.
How to get there A ferry service leaves Fair Isle for Grutness at Sumburgh twice per week and also from Lerwick once per week in the summer, and British Airways Express operate at least 5 flights per week to the isle from Tingwall airstrip near Lerwick.
Corn Bunting at Culsetter. Common Buzzard and Peregrine at Saxa Vord. Yellowhammer at Easter Quarff. Species in red are BBRC rarities. Saturday 17th November South Mainland: I then walked up to the World War 2 Encampment and took some excellent if slightly damp pictures of Lerwick.
In total, Shetland lost more than men, a higher proportion than any other part of Britain, and there were further waves of emigration in the s and s. Woodcock and 5 Common Redpolls at Culstetter. Tree Pipit at Hoswick. Corn Bunting and Little Bunting at Brake.
Sunday 14th October Still good numbers of thrushes mainly Redwings and finches mainly Bramblings today, along with smaller numbers of Goldcrests, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps and Robins. Scaup at Loch of Cliff. Yellow-browed Warbler and Sparrowhawk at South Collafirth.
Swainson's Thrush at Aywick. Great Grey Shrike at West Sandwick.The Bressay Heritage Centre is open during the summer and showcases exhibitions of historical, archaeological and other items of interest relating to Bressay. The centre is a Neighbourhood Information Point, with postcards, self-service hot drinks and free maps and leaflets.
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Recording forms are available here. Information on all species is made available to Shetland Biological Records Centre. Bressay folk traded food and woollens for fine cloth, brandy and tobacco. In the late 19th/early 20th centuries, Lerwick was the most important herring fishing port in Europe and remains of herring stations are found along the Bressay coast.
Boat tour includes comfortable cruise out to Noss NNR internationally famous seabird cliffs via Lerwick Harbour & Bressay lighthouse to enjoy Shetland's numerous seabirds & seals, scenic views & geology.
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