A miserable day with almost constant drizzle and rain. The early morning seawatch produced five Fulmars, 106 Kittiwakes and 334 Razorbills of note.
A short visit to the trapping area to fill the feeders was entertaining with a Water Rail, six Long-tailed Tits (including the pale-headed bird) and a Firecrest.
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