2nd June

A tantalising report of an apparent Woodchat Shrike beside the Admiralty Hedge only added to our frustratingly empty day as all but a couple of visitors failed to track down the bird. Other migrants were extremely thin on the ground with doubles of Spotted Flycatcher and Blackcap being the only species of note. Common Scoters once again led the charge on the sea with 76 recorded through the morning but the highlight was a pair of unseasonable Brent Geese.