4th April

These things are relative because the recent bar has fallen to ever such a low level but there was just the tiniest hint of there being more about on the ground today, with Wheatear and Blackcap both managing to scrape into double figures at the Bill. In truth, beyond the occasional Swallow passing by, there was few other signs of migration picking up and by way of interest things not no better than a lingering White Wagtail at Sweethill. In the continuing turbulent conditions the sea was surprisingly quiet, with little more than 4 Red-throated Divers of note off the Bill.