The narrows proved slightly more exciting on the species front. The pair of Wigeon from a day or so ago were present in one of the bays, again accompanied by Mallards numbering eight today and a Shelduck. A further eight Redshanks, four Turnstones and 88 Grey Seals also resided in the same area. On the other areas of the narrows nine Rock Pipits, a Pied Wagtail and awesome views of a Gannet as it cruised by close off the coast.
Through the wetlands another Common Snipe was found along with two Song Thrushes, two Robins and further north two Stonechats picked their way long fence lines. To finish off the day an additional four Shelducks, presumably new arrivals, flew down the west coast as the sun was setting heading south.