A damp, misty day rendered the sea invisible for the most part although four Arctic Skuas were seen in a brief clearer spell. It was also fairly quiet on the land but five Blackcaps, a Firecrest and three Siskins were of note.
Twenty Porpoises were feeding offshore and three Brown Hares were seen in the Desert.
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