With a fresh south by south-east wind blowing there was a decent bit of movement offshore with 350 Brent Geese, 15 Wigeon, 102 Common Scoters, a Velvet Scoter (west), 146 Red-throated Divers, eight Fulmars, 343 Gannets, 184 Kittiwakes and 3900 auks.
Very quiet in the bushes.
A Porpoise was feeding offshore.
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