Grounded migrants were extremely scarce with just a Firecrest in the trapping area of any note. Overhead passage was also generally slow with just Starlings in any numbers with at least 1400 arriving along with a Hen Harrier, 20 Skylarks, 29 Swallows, two Grey Wagtails, four Bramblings and five Lesser Redpolls.
Eight Mediterranean Gulls were feeding offshore.
A Weasel was also seen.
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