We had 49 individuals from the Farnes, which is not really surprising. 31 were from the Isle of May, 8 from the Firth of Forth islands and 2 from Aberdeenshire.
Myself, Andy and Tony are well chuffed with this haul and hopefully we will keep it up for many more years to come and you never know we might find a bird that is from miles and miles away or the oldest one recorded. Anything is possible at the Farne Islands when it come to seabirds.
Below are our results for 2015 and hopefully we will have more during the winter.
Pulli, means a chick that was ringed on the nest.
Adult, means that it was caught and ringed as an adult.