Normally I don’t go in for posting just a big list of species seen as they are hardly the most interesting thing for other people to read. I had already drawn this one up for my own records however so thought that I would share it here. 97 species was the final count which is my best yet for the island. There are a few notable exceptions in my eyes such as Bullfinch, Redpoll and many of the waders. Nevertheless I am very satisfied with it.

1. Arctic Skua34. Great Tit67. Redshank
2. Arctic Tern35. Greenfinch68. Reed Bunting
3. Black Guillemot36. Grey Heron69. Ringed Plover
4. Black headed Gull37. Grey Wagtail70. Robin
5. Blackbird38. Greylag Goose71. Rock Dove
6. Blackcap39. Guillemot72. Rock Pipit
7. Blue Tit40. Hen Harrier73. Rook
8. Buzzard41. Herring Gull74. Sand Martin
9. Canada Goose42. Hooded Crow75. Sedge Warbler
10. Chaffinch43. House Martin76. Shag
11. Chiffchaff44. House Sparrow77. Shellduck
12. Coal Tit45. Jackdaw78. Siskin
13. Collared Dove46. Kestrel79. Skylark
14. Common Gull47. Kittiwake80. Song Thrush
15. Common Sandpiper48. Lapwing81. Spotted
Flycatcher
16. Common Tern49. Lesser BB Gull82. Starling
17. Corncrake50. Lesser Whitethroat83. Stonechat
18. Crossbill51. Linnet84. Swallow
19. Cuckoo52. Little Grebe85. Treecreeper
20. Curlew53. Long Tailed Tit86. Twite
21. Dunlin54. Mallard87. Whitethroat
22. Dunnock55. Manx Shearwater88. Whinchat
23. Eider56. Meadow Pipit89. WT Sea Eagle
24. Feral Pigeon57. Merganser90. White Wagtail
25. Fulmar58. Mistle Thrush91. Whitethroat
26. Gannet59. Mute Swan92. Willow Warbler
27. Goldcrest60. Oystercatcher93. Wood Pigeon
28. Golden Eagle61. Peregrine Falcon94. Wood Warbler
29. Golden Plover62. Pheasant95. Wren
30. Goldfinch63. Pied Wagtail96. Yellowhammer
31. Great BB Gull64. Puffin97. Cormorant
32. Great Northern
Diver
65. Raven
33. Great Skua66. Razorbill

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