＜Cape Nosattspu ＞ By Eagle
It is the best season now for watching a large number of Rhinoceros Auklets from the ocean-viewing hide in Cape Nosattspu. They have returned from the south after a long and cold winter. Today, I watched at least 1,500 individuals from the hide and the number is increasing rapidly day by day.
In Nosattspu, you can command a fantastic view of a large flock of breeding seabirds, which is one of the most popular and common ones at this time of the year in Nemuro Peninsula.
I also confirmed just one young Steller's Sea Eagle left on the nearby cliff.
【The list of birds observed】
Red-faced cormorant (1)
Steller's Sea Eagle（jv.1)
White-tailed Sea Eagle（３）
1 km off Cape Nosattspu.