22nd July

With the promised hot spell being ushered in by increasingly thick fog birding wasn't entirely straightforward today. It did seem as though passerine migration was almost non-existent, with a single Sedge Warbler the only worthwhile sighting at the Bill. A settled Great Crested Grebe was a surprise off the Bill where 5 Common Scoter, 3 Manx Shearwaters and a lone Balearic Shearwater were logged before the fog clamped down.