A Black-throated Diver, five Whimbrels, ten Great Skuas, five Little Terns, 1035 Common Terns and 36 Arctic Terns passed east on the sea in over four hours of watching.
Five Buzzards, 13 Swifts, 50 Swallows, 18 Yellow Wagtails, a Tree Pipit and seven Siskins passed overhead whilst grounded migrants included a Garden Warbler and two Ring Ouzels. A Ring-necked Parakeet was also seen.
At least 14 Porpoises were feeding offshore and three Brown Hares and two Stoats were seen on the land.
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