Every year Sark becomes home to a large variety of birds. The sea birds occupy the cliff edges, the rock stacks and islets that surround the island. You can hear their cries and calls all along the cliff paths.
Normally, this time of year, George would have his boat in the water enabling visitors get up close to birds such as puffins, guillemots, razorbills, oyster catchers, gannets, egrets, a myriad of gulls and more. The boat also enables you to explore some of the caves and the sea life which inhabit them. If you are lucky, you may even attract a pod of dolphins to follow the bow of the boat.
From land, there are smaller birds to spot, such as the rock pippin, turnstone and common tern plus magnificent birds of prey, such as the peregrine, kestrel and buzzard.