A check of Passage House as the sun was setting revealed the roost islands crawling in c.250+ Pied Wagtails, which subsequently made their way over to the reedbeds in small groups to roost.
|Composite photo: Arctic Skua (top), Pomarine Skua (bottom).|
|Compared to a Manx Shearwater|
|A "close" flock... as you can see, ID is a little more challenging here than at Berry Head!|
|With lack of any seawatching photos, here are some Green-winged Orchids just off patch at Labrador Bay yesterday.|
|Rear-end comparison - tristis left, collybita right|
|Gleaming white in the sunshine...|
|...looking a bit Red-breasted Flycatcher-like|