With the wind increasing through the day there was plenty of seawatching to be done. Over seven hours of watching produced a Teal, 72 Common Scoters, a Manx Shearwater, a Balearic Shearwater, 500 Gannets, 25 Knot, 20 Whimbrel, a Redshank, six Mediterranean Gulls, 422 Sandwich Terns, two Little Terns, 238 Common Terns, two Arctic Skuas and four Great Skuas.
A Pied Flycatcher was found in a private garden and a count of 25 Reed Warblers around the Long Pits was of note.
Five Porpoises and singles of Grey and Common Seal were seen offshore.
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