With more strong winds most of the days interest was offshore with 9.25hrs of watching producing a Teal, eight Fulmars, 11 Balearic and two Sooty Shearwaters, 21 Kittiwakes, a Mediterranean Gull, four Little Terns, 615 Sandwich Terns, 185 Common Terns and four Arctic Skuas. The only birds of note on the land were three Swifts and a Whinchat.
Four Porpoises and a Grey Seal were also feeding offshore.
Three Hummingbird Hawk-moths were noted.
Elsewhere, the Glossy Ibis was still present at the ARC Pit.
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