On the sea there were a few odds and ends; four Manx Shearwaters, a single Common Scoter through off the South End, a 2CY Common Gull south along the West Coast and a Red-throated Diver through Henllwyn the notables. It's generally very quiet for the usual Auks, Gannets, Kittiwakes and other expectes seabirds though.
Elsewhere, a single Teal was calling at dawn in the wetlands. The usual raptors were seen, pairs of Sparrowhawks and Peregrines, and singles of Buzzard and Merlin. Waders amounted to 109 Oystercatchers, 27 Turnstones, 14 Redshanks, 8 Curlews and two Snipes, and a single Water Rail was heard near Pwll Cain.