A brighter, breezy morning but still not a great deal to report. the best from the sea were eight Wigeon, three Fulmars and three Mediterranean Gulls passing through and 55 Kittiwakes lingering offshore.
A Firecrest was loosely associating with a party of five Long-tailed Tits in the trapping area and a Grey Plover flew over.
A Grey Seal was feeding offshore.
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