A Raven was still hanging around the West Kirby shore this morning, and then six Pink-footed Geese were found south of middle eye first thing and also there was a Wood Sandpiper which was on a late date for this less than annual Hilbre wader.
Small birds were at a premium again with a single Wheatear and Skylark of interest.
Four Wigeon (above) were in the east gutter with a Little Egret and a Manx Shearwater was on the sea ,while an usual record was of 2 Barnacle Geese flying up the west side of the island.
Just a single Wren ringed today (right).
(JE)  photos JE