When I got out of the car I could hear Willow Warbler singing from some semi-mature woodland and I thought this boded well for a few grounded migrants perhaps. Because of the wind strength and direction I knew there wouldn't be much, but I did hope. In the end I didn't have many grounded migrants other than 7 males and 1 female Wheatear.
The 'vis' was a different picture altogether with a good passage similar to yesterday. I had 4 Lesser Redpolls, Chaffinch, 2 Tree Pipits, 5 Alba Wags, Swallow, 3 Carrion Crows, 60 Linnets, 61 Goldfinch, 12 Siskins, 3 Jackdaws and 346 Meadow Pipits.
The sea was similar to yesterday too with 15 Sandwich Terns, 6 Eiders, 2 Red-breasted Mergansers, 4 Red-throated Divers, 143 Auk sp., 8 Shelducks, 2 Mallards, 8 Common Scoters, Canada Goose, 26 Guillemots, 2 Cormorants and 28 Razorbills.
Not an amazing morning, but not too bad either!