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20th Jan

Most of the coverage was offshore again where four Curlews, 48 Kittiwakes, two Mediterranean Gulls, 919 auks, 1030, six Red-throated Divers, six Fulmars and 712 Gannets were seen. A first-winter Caspian Gull briefly came into the roost on the Point in the morning.

A Porpoise was feeding offshore.