Weather condition: SE pressure 2, diverting SW after that WNW
A little bit of a frustration for participants today that no warblers got here on the south easterly, however there is constantly some payment. An Additional Greenshank (or the like the other day) was near the north end right after dawn as well as we did not need to wait wish for the very first Wheatear to show up, actually 2 along with 2 even more a little in the future.
Just one wagtail was seen today, as well as rather remarkably probably, it was a White Wagtail.
There were a couple of added Swallows travelling through, as well as significant today were the variety of Rock Pipits around, most would certainly no question be island reproduced. A dark stage Arctic Skua went after a tern as seen distantly from the north end. A Shag got on the whaleback, and after that extremely a group of 7 others flew passed the north end, some touchdown briefly.
The group of Sandwich Terns benefited from the lowish trend as well as absence of site visitors to construct on the island rather than on the eastern hoyle sands.
A Peregrine was later on remained on the sands
A group of 10 Black-tailed Godwits flew in as well as landed near the shallows, obtaining shed amongst the several Oystercatchers. The typical waders fed around the islands, over 100 Ringed Plover, 60 Redshank as well as 200 Dunlin.
The Little Egret increase proceeds without much less than 16 existing today.