Heavy overnight rain and strong NE wings grounded just a handful of migrants but the quality was high with a Red-breasted Flycatcher found in the moat (and subsequently trapped and ringed) and in the evening, an Icterine Warbler in the garden of Southview Cottage. Other migrants were generally scarce with just two Hobbies, a Redstart, two Willow Warblers and five Spotted Flycatchers of note. Seawatching was generally quiet but did produce a group of three Pomarine Skuas flying east at 0645hrs and also a couple of Manx Shearwaters. A first-summer Mediterranean Gull was feeding off the fishing boats in the evening.
David Walker from DBO website