The weather saved us. It was beautiful - warm and still and a real pleasure to have been strolling along the pebbly shore and round the national nature reserve. The only thing missing were the birds.
Not fussed about the sea, we walked round the area not too far from the lighthouse, but there wasn't a thing to see - it was all very peculiar.
So we moved onto the RSPB reserve and ambled gently round by which time I had surrendered to making any effort to see things.
But there were a few bits and pieces including two Little Gull on Burrowes pit with a couple of Common Tern, five Sedge Warbler around the reserve, a pair of Goldeneye, and six Swallow.