A further two Pied Wagtails went past, almost landing on Pipit Slab. A dark duck floating past was revealed as an Eider, our first of the autumn. Finally we had a good flock of noisy Turnstones went southwards, about 100 of them.
Thus ended the penultimate watch.
Where to next? Back to Balearic Shearwater land/sea at South Beach for the final watch...flat calm sea brim full with Porpoises please.
In the meantime let us know what's floated past the cliffs in your outback.