25th May

Strong winds and an afternoon of thick cloud and downpours meant that, once again, the day list was left sadly lacking. The highlight of the day was a wind driven Storm Petrel past the Bill - a surprisingly rare sight this year given the weather conditions. The sea became almost impossible to see by the evening so totals remained low at two Arctic Skuas, six Common Scoter and 50 Manx Shearwaters. The land was equally quiet with a singing Sedge Warbler in the early morning the only oddity, along with three Spotted Flycatchers and four apiece of Wheatear and House Martin