Very quiet again on the land with a trickle of finches overhead including two Bramblings and 45 Redpolls whilst a late Wheatear was seen in the Desert and one of the Dartford Warbler and the regular Ring Ouzel were seen again.
A check of the sea in the afternoon produced a Black-necked Grebe and 20 Mediterranean Gulls lingering offshore.
Two Porpoises and a Brown Hare were also seen.
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