Not a great deal in the bushes other than four Chiffchaffs and a Firecrest but a decent movement overhead with a Marsh Harrier, 430 Wood Pigeons and 130 Chaffinches seen.
The sea was also quiet with just six Teal, seven Fulmars, two Mediterranean Gulls, a Little Gull and seven Sandwich Terns of note.
A 3.33hr "nocmig" session recorded a Grey Heron, two Mallard, two Teal and 38 Redwings.
Two Porpoises were seen offshore.
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