A few Swallows, 11, headed south and the only other 'vis' to speak of were two Pied Wagtails heading in the same direction. The sea was very quiet, and a long way out, but a Peregrine perched on a groyne made up for a lack of seabirds. The only other raptors I had were two Kestrels.
Moving on to the cemetery I was greeted by 'ticking' Robins and again I was hopeful for a few migrants but it wasn't to be this morning. I have a couple of days of site visits starting from tomorrow, so it will be Friday before I am out on the patch again.