The Glaucous Gull was seen flying east and settled at the Fishing Boats joining the Gull flock there.
The real star bird was the first Wheatear of the year which was down by the Lifeboat Station. A male Black Redstart was also frequenting the gorse bushes nearby. A pair were also seen at the Experimental Station. Firecrests were again seen in high numbers and could be seen in many of the gorse thickets on the point. Five were present in the Old Lighthouse Garden and two were seen in the Observatory garden with a pair of Goldcrests. Chiffchaffs were fewer in number today, with a single bird seen in the trapping area and several birds singing up at the end of the Long Pits.