Another quiet midsummer day, the highlight being a pair of Lapwings that flapped lazily around the north end before heading off west. Lapwings only feature at Hilbre a few times each year, but seldom in the middle of summer. A Hummingbird Hawk Moth was again in the usual place, who knows whether they are different insects each day. It was too cool for other insects apart from a Cinnabar moth. The only waders noted apart from the Oystercatchers were 3 Ringed Plovers and 2 Curlews. A few Common and Sandwich Terns came within earshot and a single Great Crested Grebe was still on the sea.