Visible Migration was again the feature of the day, with small numbers of Wagtails and Pipits moving south first thing and hirundines moving east in small groups throughout the day. The bird of the day was a cracking Osprey which came 'in off' and south mid-afternoon. During the evening 123 Swallows were trapped and ringed at the roost, the best catch so far this Autumn.
24 Shelducks east, 1 Teal east, 17 Common Scoters west, 1 Great Crested Grebe east and 142 Sandwich Terns. Also 3 Atlantic Grey Seals.
1 Osprey 'in off' & south mid afternoon, 1 Sparrowhawk south, 2 Snipe east, 1 Swift east, 5 Sand Martins south, 707 Swallows east, 144 House Martins east, 3 Grey Wagtails south, 2 Yellow Wagtails south, 12 Alba Wagtails south, 3 Tree Pipits south and 15 Meadow Pipits south.
1 Willow Warbler, 2 Sedge Warblers, 2 Reed Warblers, 1 Spotted Flycatcher, 2 Robins and 6 Wheatears.
5 Teal, 2 Peregrines, 57 Ringed Plovers, 11 Grey Plovers, 40 Knot, 100 Sanderlings, 40 Dunlins,1 Bar-tailed Godwit and 130 Turnstones.
1 Sand Martin, 123 Swallows and 1 control, 1 Sedge Warbler and 1 Reed Warbler.