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Counting period: 05:15 - 19:15
Count type: seawatch
Weather: wind NE2, cloud-cover 0/8, Wind NE 2 increasing to ENE 4
Observers: Matt Eade, John King, Bob Self, Dick Gilmore, Simon Linington, Ron Knight, Derek Barber, Jake Everitt et al

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Red-throated Diver  -  4  Avocet  -  11  Common Tern  -  17  
Black-throated Diver  -  4  Grey Plover  -  19  Arctic Tern  -  10  
diver sp.  -  4  Knot  -  214  Common/Arctic Tern  -  147  
Manx Shearwater  -  4  Sanderling  -  2  Little Tern  -  31  
Gannet  5  146  Dunlin  -  5  Black Tern  -  12  
Little Egret  -  1  Bar-tailed Godwit  -  1190  Guillemot  -  3  
Barnacle Goose  -  2  Whimbrel  -  193  Razorbill  -  4  
Shelduck  9  11  Curlew  -  3  Razorbill/Guillemot  -  7  
Teal  -  1  Greenshank  -  8  Swift  -  1  
Garganey  -  4  Common Sandpiper  -  3  Swallow  -  15  
Shoveler  -  4  Turnstone  -  4  House Martin  -  7  
Tufted Duck  -  2  Pomarine Skua  -  63  Meadow Pipit  -  1  
Common Scoter  -  109  Arctic Skua  -  20  flava wagtail sp.  -  1  
Red-breasted Merganser  -  2  Great Skua  -  3  Whinchat  -  1  
Kestrel  -  1  Little Gull  -  13  Willow Warbler  -  1  
Oystercatcher  -  3  Sandwich Tern  -  21    

Totals: 2346 individuals, 47 species, 14:00 hours

Bold = Remarkable observation (scarce or rare species or large number)
Comments: Resident Gulls, Fulmars, and Cormorants not counted





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