A much better day after another wet and windy night. A 90 minute seawatch this morning saw 208 Red-throated Divers, 269 Gannets and 780 auks fly west. In the evening over 200 Kittiwakes were gathered offshore.
Singles of Porpoise, Grey Seal and Common Seal were seen.
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