Herons are stealthy ambush predators – this means they stay stock still waiting for the perfect moment to strike! We often see them on the edges of the shore, and there is a heronry (where several herons nest) in one of the trees on Seil which can be seen really well from the boat –… Read More
Baitballs – what are they?
When fish feel threatened by predators, they group together – lone individuals are more likely to be eaten than individuals in a group! Predators such as porpoise, auks or minke whales drive the fish up from the depths to the surface where they cannot escape – and then seabirds take advantage by diving down from… Read More