|Signs of spring, the emergence of new leaves on some of the Willows around the plantation|
High tide around the narrows continued the quiet theme but wasn't without wildlife. 80 Oystercatchers formed a tight flock resting on some of the remaining rocks in one of the bays as 38 Curlews took flight and flew towards the mountainside. Six Redshanks nervously took flight at the appearance of human life, 13 Turnstones busily picked around the shingle and driftwood and nine Mallards were also present, with an additional six more seen on the west coast. Four Choughs, three Shags, five Rock Pipits, a single Pied Wagtail and Carrion Crow, two Greater Black-backed Gulls, six Herring Gulls were seen and a male Stonechat and Robin were noted close by further north.