25th November

 A much quieter day as the wind swung round into the north-west effectively ending the visible migration, with little to no finch passage. Lingering land-based migrants were limited to a handful of Chiffchaffs, three Lesser Redpolls and two Bramblings. Even the sea witnessed a downturn with only singles of Great Northern Diver and Bonxie of note. Away from the Bill, a white-winged gull caused a stir at the harbour, consistently maintaining too great a distance from the land to form a comprehensive ID. The highlight at Ferrybridge was a rather late Wheatear, while two Black Redstarts were hiding in the gardens of Southwell.