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4th Oct

The highlights of the day were three Yellow-browed Warblers along with 22 Chiffchaffs, ten Blackcaps, five Firecrests, a Spotted Flycatcher, 45 Robins, eight Grey Wagtails, a Tree Pipit, two Rock Pipits and 120 Siskins

The sea was fairly quiet although six hours of observations eventually produced 658 Sandwich Terns, a Little Tern, three Great Skuas and 24 Arctic Skuas.

Two Porpoises were also seen.