An hour at a bitterly cold and gloomy point this morning with TG, saw plenty of Guillemots and Razorbills on the sea and tooing and froing off shore. These were joined by c80 Red-throated Divers, a few Gannets and Kittiwakes, a single Mediterranean Gull, 1 Red-breasted Merganser, 11 Greylag Geese moving west, 5 Teal, c50 Wigeon and a single Common Scoter.
Scotney was very quiet compared to recent visits most the geese missing and alot of the duck having moved on. A Pintail and Black-tailed Godwit were of note as was a Peregrine and ring tail Hen Harrier.
On Walland 200+ Bewick Swans and c70 Greater White-fronted Geese of note.
On Lade North Pit the Black-throated Diver showing quite well with 2 Goldeneye among the common wildfowl.