SW force 1, vis 30 miles
A superb early morning sea watch found a raft of 280 Manx Shearwaters out from the mouth of the Dee. They took off en mass and headed towards the north end with a smaller group splitting off up the Dee. The remaining flock (180) went passed the north end where they wheeled about whilst more birds split away.
The rest of the day was fairly quiet and we had to wait until just before noon to find a Willow Warbler, possibly brought in by a slight drizzle.
Ringed: 1 Swallow (pullus) [ 438-31 ]
photos CJ, AEH, Matt Thomas (Ringed Plover) more to follow from today and recent days