03/07/2013 Coquet Island, Northumberland Coast

Guillemot: (bridled variety) The second ferry across to Coquet from Amble was just as fun as the first without the excitement of seeing the Bridled Tern but with new excitement of seeing the Roseate Tern which breed on the island.
Guillemot: (normal variety) It was nice to see both types of Guillemot on this crossing, we also spotted several rose terns on and around the island.

Sandwich Tern: Although I didn't manage to get a decent shot of the rose terns I did get a few of the larger sand terns which were dotted within the arctic.

Puffin:  Puffin are always nice to see but I gutted I never got a good shot of the Roseate Tern as Coquet is famous for being the largest breeding site of Roseate Terns and is home to 98% of the UK population.

Grey Seal: The puffin cruise we took was really good and Dave who operated the trips is a really nice guy.

If you are ever in the area you must go see the Roseate Tens, Seals, Puffins and the whole lot more the island has to offer.