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A Yellow-browed Warbler in the trapping area and the Grey Phalarope still present offshore were the highlights of the day. There was also a small arrival of migrants on the land with six Firecrests, a Ring Ouzel, 40 Blackbirds and three Bullfinches of note. A seawatch in the morning produced three Eider, four Sandwich Terns, a late Common Tern, a Little Gull and seven Mediterranean Gulls.