This weeks weather has been very mixed, early in the week snow showers and strong winds then by the end sun but still strong winds and cold
Final sighting at Rova Head to the north of Lerwick but even more distant, just after this a heavy snow shower came over and everything disappeared including the Orcas. They eventually came close in shore to feed and gave incredible view to just a few people up in Nesting.
Oystercatchers are very noisy at the moment
Wrens in full song and find nest sites in the stone walls
This Shag was resting up and allowed close approach
Eider having a good meal - crab minus the claw
Lots of Gannet feeding off Grutness
Elsewhere in Shetland now two Common crane, White Billed Diver, Sub-alpine Warbler new in today as well as several Hawfinch
Although the Aurora season has ended you can see many photos on the Shetland Aurora Hunter facebook page just send me a request to join.