Monday, 25th April 2016

A decent seawatch this morning with the springs first Pomarine Skua flying into the bay, a Black-throated Diver on the sea for a while and a single Velvet Scoter past.

181 Common Scoters east, 1 Velvet Scoter east, 3 Red-breasted Mergansers east, 13 Red-throated Divers east, 1 2CY Black-throated Diver - on the sea for a while before departing east, 11 Gannets west, 1 Great
Crested Grebe west, 1 LM Adult Pomarine Skua east - came into the bay low then rapidly gained height, 3 Arctic Skuas east, 3 Kittiwakes east, 11 Sandwich Terns east, 1 Guillemot east and 5 Auk sp. east.
 Black-throated Diver

Visible Migration
5 Whimbrels east, 6 Swallows north-east, 1 Meadow Pipit north and 4 Goldfinch east.

Grounded Migrants 
1 Wheatear.

2 Red-breasted Mergansers, 57 Ringed Plovers, 11 Grey Plovers, 1,200 Knots, 75 Sanderlings, 500 Dunlins, 1 Whimbrel, 23 Black-tailed Godwits, 7 Bar-tailed Godwits, 67 Turnstones and 1 4CY Yellow-legged Gull.
 Great Crested Grebes

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