Weather: ESE force 3 rain showers
A Common Snipe was sitting on the track between the islands as observers approached in the half light of the morning. This proved to be the best sighting of the first hour or so as there were no migrants apparent in the gardens, although a while later a Chiffchaff called near the obs and a few dozen Meadow Pipits came through the island.
A count of Grey Seals at the low tide found just 60 hauled out on the west hoyle.
Ringed: 1 Wren [ 690-31 ]
photos AEH CJ