|One of 67 Willow Warblers seen today|
|Adult Willow Warbler, yellow not so concentrated, forming more streak like yellow lines and mainly restricted to throat, upper breast and vent, more white|
Counts from the sea were down on the last few days but still represented good numbers. Most notable were the passage of two Common Terns and a single juvenile Arctic Tern which settled on the rock just out from Solfach. Manx Shearwaters passed and 1,545 were seen, 21 Gannets, 13 Fulmars, two Common Scoters, 21 Shags, a Cormorant and a small passage of gulls ended the day with counts of 141 Herring Gulls, 36 Lesser Black-backed Gulls, 25 Greater Black-backed Gulls, 19 Black-headed Gulls, 290 Kittiwakes, one Razorbill and one Puffin. Harbour Porpoise were also spotted early on moving passed the island.
A nice variety of Butterflies were also present today. Green-veined Whites numbered 221 mostly through the grassy lowlands, two Large Whites, a Small Copper and two Common Blues, four Red Admirals, four Painted Ladies and 27 Meadow Browns were active throughout the island.
Over night 23 Storm Petrels were trapped and ringed around the Pen Cristin area, continuing and adding to a fantastic tally of this delightful seabird being ringed this season.