Cemlyn Bay, Anglesey, 23/6/10

A very noisy place on the lagoon behind the steep shingle bank what with 1600 pairs of sandwich terns, 100 pairs of common terns and some 40 pairs of arctic terns – a constant relay of birds – all incoming with fish, mostly sand eels. A marvellous place for the photographer. Along the shoreline numerous moon jellyfish and a few large lion’s mane jellies.

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