Slightly surprisingly there was a little bit of movement offshore today with three Manx Shearwaters west and three Arctic Skuas east along with at least four Mediterranean Gulls loitering. For the second day in a row a flock of Canada Geese (29 this time) and a Greylag Goose flew out to the east and a Gadwall was seen at the Long Pits.
Very little to be seen on the land.
A Grey Seal was seen offshore.
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