Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Nothing really worth mentioning was seen on the land as windy conditions continued to subdue what few passerines were on the island. At sea, an impressive thronging mass of feeding Shearwaters close to the South End contained around 3000 Manx and at least one Balearic, while a Great Skua and eight Sandwich Terns passed by on their way south.

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