An Arctic Skua was chasing gulls offshore this evening and three Mediterranean Gulls flew west. Eight Yellow Wagtails flew over.
Six Porpoises and a Grey Seal were feeding offshore.
The first Small Red-eyed Damselfly of the summer was seen at the southern Long Pit.
Elsewhere, a Bee-eater made a brief appearance on the RSPB Reserve in the afternoon.
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