Seawatching in Cornwall – Part 1) Late Summer

Seawatching in Cornwall – Part 1) Late Summer

  1. Where to go

  2. When to go

  3. Seawatching – the basics

It is at this time of year that many birdwatchers around the county turn their attention to the coastal headlands of the south west, Cornwall especially, as a prelude to the first of the autumn gales battering the coast,.with the allure of the ‘big two’ shearwaters drawing and the hope of finding or seeing something rarer …

Both Cory’s Shearwater and Great Shearwater, regular visitors to the warmer waters of the Bay of Biscay further to the south west and the western approaches are difficult to catch up with anywhere in the British Isles in season, and even in Cornwall away from a handful of sites and imperfect conditions (or so it used to be, has all that changed?!) …

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Seawatching in Cornwall – Late Summer

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