A Dartford Warbler in the Station Gorse was the highlight of the birds on the land. The sea was very quiet except for huge numbers of Cormorants with at least 2534 birds seen.
It is still fairly quiet around the general area but four Cattle Egrets are being seen regularly around Boulderwall and the occasional Caspian and Yellow-legged Gulls can usually be seen on Burrowes.
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