There was another decent arrival of Chiffchaffs today with 100 or so in the area along with a late juvenile Cuckoo, 18 Blackcaps and three Lesser Whitethroats, Despite plenty of searching the Rose-coloured Starling was not seen today.
Birds passing overhead included a couple of Buzzards, five Yellow Wagtails, two Grey Wagtails and 26 Reed Buntings.
A couple of Arctic Skuas flew east and two Black Terns flew west offshore.
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