Pelagic Birds

North Sea Pelagics promoted offshore trips provide outstanding opportunities to observe birds seldom seen in land except for breeding. 

Shearwater (Great, Cory's, Manx and Sooty), Fulmar, Gannet, Skua, PuffinGuillemots can be seen.

Operating upto 20 miles offshore in the North Sea, there is always the potential for sightings of rarer species such as certain Petrels (Storm & Leach's), Gulls and Skua varieties (Arctic, Long-tailed, Great and Pomarine)

Skipper Alan Leatham has a sound working knowledge of birds and can help identify birds encountered.

Updates

Matt Sharpe from Newcastle University with CPOD & SoundTrap - recording white beaked dolphin clicks and whistles

Simon Laing from Newcastle School of Marine Science working with us using hydrophone.

National Trust team on board

North Sea Pelagics

 

BOOK YOUR PLACE TODAY: William Shiel 07799666573

 

SEE > http://www.farne-islands.com/trips/pelagic.htm


 

Please note all money direct to William Shiel or skipper Alan Leatham.

No payments to B.Burville

 

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Ben Burville

 

email: bburville@hotmail.com

 

Mobile: 07932 577608

 

News

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RECENT MEDIA COVERAGE 

 

ITV Tales from Northumberland 2014

 

BBC Radio Newcastle Dec 2013

 

BBC1 Countryfile 11th Aug 2013 with John Craven