The long-staying Yellow-browed Warbler was still in the moat but grounded migrants were generally scarce although a Wood Lark and seven ‘Continental Coal Tits‘ were noteworthy. Migrants passing overhead included 30 Skylark, 24 Swallows, three each of Rock Pipit and Grey Wagtail, a Brambling, 500 Goldfinches and 22 Siskins. There were large numbers of birds feeding offshore in the morning with at least 1500 Gannets,a Sooty Shearwater and two Arctic Terns. Seven Great Skuas also flew east and whilst a variety of wildfowl flew west including 585 Brent Geese, nine Pintail, 81 Wigeon and 39 Teal, a Goldeneye and 22 Red-breasted Mergansers. A first-year Caspian Gull was on the beach at the fishing boats in the morning.
David Walker from DBO website