With very strong and cold easterly winds all the meaningful coverage was at sea. Over 5.5hrs of watching here produced two Gadwall, nine Wigeon, ten Eider, a Velvet Scoter, a Goldeneye, two Goosander, 16 Red-breasted Mergansers, a Black-throated Diver, a Red-necked Grebe, 2000 Gannets, seven Mediterranean Gulls and a Great Skua were noteworthy.
Singles of Grey Seal, Common Seal and a Porpoise were seen offshore.
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