A nice little spread of migrants arrived this morning with 30 Blackcaps, a Spotted Flycatcher and two Pied Flycatchers of note. Overhead passage also improved with the highlight of an Osprey along with five Buzzards, a late Swift, 175 Swallows, a Tree Sparrow, five Grey Wagtails and 20 Siskins.
It remains very quiet offshore.
A Grey Seal and at least four Porpoises were feeding offshore.
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