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15th March

Yesterdays strong wind had dropped this morning and resulted in a good easterly movement of Brent Geese along with a few ducks and waders. The final Brent Goose total was 1400 as well as nine Pintails, 11 Teal, 18 Shovelers, four Grey Plovers, seven Sanderlings, seven Bar-tailed Godwits and three Mediterranean Gulls.
It remains quiet on the land with just three Firecrests scattered across the Point and a Grey Wagtail and two Siskins flying over of note.

A Grey Seal and at least three Porpoises were feeding offshore.