Monday, 6 April 2009

Hell's Mouth Opens Up.

Thundering around Penwith was certainly not the Graham Greene's Travels With My Aunt style .
Hell's Mouth was our first port of call and a profitable one at that tick wise. Razorbills, Guillemots, Linnets and a Peregrin Falcon did the honours.Newlyn unfortunately defeated our efforts to see the Glaucous Gull but a consolation prize of a Iceland Gull softened the blow although he was not on my hit list.Miles of wandering about in a *Last of The Country Wine* fashion failed to bring about a sight of the Great Spotted Cuckoo at Bartinney or the Chough at Bottallack.Our final stop was the Moors around Zennor for the Short Eared Owl again this had a negative outcome.Thanks go to our Pilot and Co-Pilot for their spotting skills and general know-how.

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