With strong winds and rough seas all the days interest was offshore where at least 28 Balearic Shearwaters passing west were of great note along with four Teal, 27 Black Terns, 415 Common Terns and two Arctic Terns whilst a Manx Shearwater flew east and two Little Terns were feeding along the shoreline.
Fifteen Swifts were also seen.
Al least six Porpoises were counted but conditions for an accurate count were far from ideal.
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