Good numbers of Gannnets, Guillemots and Kittiwakes moved west again this morning in the continuing stormy conditions and the number of gulls feeding along the strandline also increased but the only significant arrival was a first-winter Little Gull. The regular first-winter Caspian Gull was still present.
A Firecrest was seen at the northern end of the Long Pits and two Shovelers were also on the pits.
Two Porpoises were seen offshore.
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