A Garganey and a Great Skua flew east and three Mediterranean Gulls flew west this morning while an evening watch produced a party of three Pomarine Skuas.
Very quiet on the land with just a Corn Bunting of note.
Mammals seen today included a minimum of 21 Porpoises and two Grey Seals offshore and a Weasel and a Brown Hare on the land.
Two Red-eared Terrapins were sunning themselves in the warm weather at the Long Pits.
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