The wind finally dropped but with clear skies overnight most of the odd bits that had been lingering (including the Wryneck) appeared to have departed. Two Pied Flycatchers and a Spotted Flycatcher were new arrivals while four Whinchats and 20 Wheatears were also seen.
The sea continues to be slow-going with just two each of Great and Arctic Skuas and six Mediterranean Gulls being seen.
A Badger came into the garden in the early hours of the morning.
Butterfly observations today were dominated by Small Coppers with hundreds on the wing and a single Holly Blue.