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Counting period: 05:50 - 09:54 & 13:30 - 14:30 & 16:15 - 19:45
Count type: seawatch
Weather (first period): cloud-cover 8/8, Wind NNW F7 veering NxW F8. Temp. 11C rising to 12C.
Observers (first period): Brett Richards, Andy Malley, John Wright, Craig Thomas, Martin Garner, Stuart Beeby.

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Red-throated Diver *  3  4  Oystercatcher  37  1  Common Gull *  2  57  
Fulmar *  -  426  Sanderling  3  -  Lesser Black-backed Gull *  1  8  
Sooty Shearwater  -  20  Dunlin  8  -  Yellow-legged Gull *  -  1  
Manx Shearwater  2  101  Whimbrel  1  -  Great Black-backed Gull  4  157  
Gannet  +  +  Curlew  -  6  Kittiwake  +  +  
Wigeon *  1  39  Greenshank  1  -  Sandwich Tern  36  25  
Teal  -  266  Common Sandpiper *  2  -  Common Tern  1  11  
Pintail  -  3  Turnstone  -  4  Arctic Tern *  -  1  
Common Scoter  4  9  Arctic Skua  29  4  Guillemot    +  
Velvet Scoter *  -  1  Great Skua  16  6  Razorbill    +  
Merlin *  -  1  Little Gull  4  418  Puffin  1  -  
Peregrine *  -  1  Black-headed Gull  -  43  Meadow Pipit *  4  -  

Totals: 1773 individuals, 36 species, 8:34 hours

Present: Fulmar 9*, Cormorant 74, Phalacrocorax carbo carbo 10, sinensis Cormorant (P.c.sinensis) 16, Shag +, Common Scoter 3, Oystercatcher 17, Ringed Plover 10, Dunlin 3, Whimbrel 1, Curlew 3, Redshank 15, Turnstone 2, Black-headed Gull 115, Herring Gull +, Great Black-backed Gull 70, Guillemot +, alba wagtail sp. 1

Bold = Remarkable observation (scarce or rare species or large number)
* = Additional info (on mouseover species)
Comments: Watched from South Landing.





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