A local short walk along the shore of Loch Ryan between Soleburn and The Wig.
Had to watch carefully where we stepped as quite a few Oystercatcher nests about. Not much of a nest really, just a srape in the shingle with a few shells and a bit of seaweed!
Jellyfish, Lions Mane I think
Invasive choking Wireweed (Sargassum muticum)
Its a non native invasive seaweed
Thats choking our Scottish sea lochs more about it and how to report it can be found here
Linnet on rock
Loch Ryan Oysters
There are lots of old bricks on the shore so I decided to take a few shots and look them up.
Little Mill brick this one originates from Pontypool
A more local brick, this one comes from Dalmellington
From the Annandale Brickworks, Crosshouse
Broadlie Brickworks, Dalry, Ayrshire
Brick made at the Drumchapel works of P & M Hurll
I found all this information at http://www.penmorfa.com
Seal in “banana” pose off shore
A couple of local residents!
Young bunny, lots about today
7 Spot ladybird about to emerge
Songthrush with food
Another Oystercatcher egg