Thick fog through the morning prevented any serious seawatching but grounded a decent number of migrants. The highlights on the land were two Willow Warblers, 35 Chiffchaffs, 18 Firecrests, two Goldcrests and three Song Thrushes. A short seawatch in clearer weather in the afternoon produced 216 Brent Geese and a Black-throated Diver.
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