Down the West Coast, heading South onto the Narrows and the South End the usual species were on show providing a pleasant mornings census. A pair of Shelduck were present in Cafn whilst 22 Mallards occupied the inlets along the West Coast. A small group of seven Purple Sandpipers hid amongst the rocks around the Narrows. Additional waders included 81 Oystercatchers, 48 Curlews, 13 Redshanks, 20 Turnstones seen close by along with a gathering of 19 Common Snipes just East of the Lighthouse noted.
Elsewhere a Sparrowhawk was seen passing the farm, a Common Buzzard soared above the mountain along with 18 Choughs and three Ravens. Meanwhile three Meadow Pipits a Little Owl, Song Thrush, Goldcrest and 60 Starlings were recorded.
Passage was quiet offshore however a Great Northern Diver, Gannet, eight Guillemots, three Razorbills, two Cormorants and two Shags were seen.