25 May 2014


I breathed a sigh of relief when this happened:
This was our first real rarity, a TUNDRA BEAN-GOOSE that was found at 9 or 10 PM one night.  Hopefully it breaks the ice and brings with it more asian birds!

These big boys have been frequenting beaches these days, male NORTHERN FUR SEALS:
I'm slowly getting used to the alcids around on the island including these PARAKEET AUKLETS:
 And hey, who could turn down a nice LONG-TAILED JAEGER?
 We stirred up this SNOWY OWL up at the northeast side of the island:
Typical view of a bluff and bluff viewers: