A bus to Ventnor today and another long walk to Shanklin and then on again to Sandown.
A tough day with great scorching weather again.
I picked out, what looked like a Juv. Peregrine Falcon.
It was sat under the cliff edge and was nearly invisible against the brown / cream cliff backgroud.
After snapping picture after picture, gradually getting closer as we walked the cliff path, the bird turned sideways and revealed itslef as a Juv. Kestrel!
A dead weasel, I think, was by the campsite gate and a Seal was seen near Ventnor.
Swallow, Little Egret, Cormorant, Pied Wagtail, Oystercatcher, Lots of Sand Martin, House Martin, cracking Little Grebe.
A bit on the blowy side today
Approaching Shanklin on the cliffs
The Kestrel reveals itself
Very hot today
Afraid I cannot put a name to this bird.