Not much going on, with alot of the numbers of wildfowl already moved on, there is still 200/300 Wigeon on the pools and the fields east of the pools. Most of the sightings were on the sea, with a good supply or movement mainly in a westerly direction, of Gannets, R.T.Divers, Razorbills, with some Guillemots in with them. Common Scoters were in much better numbers then they have been for most of the winter, with at least 100/150 moving about the bay, and 10/12 Velvet Scoters could be seen on the sea just out from the pools. The G.C.Grebe numbers also have dropped right off, to where it was hard to find any at all, with the rough sea. The best sighting for me any way was 3 Med Gulls (all adults birds, but all having different amounts of black on the head), they were seen with hundreds of BL.H.Gull,Commom Gull roosting on, or at the sides of the pools. Good bird watching Pete.