Seawatching early morning saw three Balearic Shearwater and two Pomarine Skua south along with 49 Kittiwake and 13 Common Scoter. During quiet spells distractions were provided by a Common Sandpiper along the sea wall, a Kingfisher on the groynes and a Peregrine on Langstone Rock.
Counts from the estuary included 386 Curlew, 307 Redshank, 56 Sandwich and 55 Common Tern, 26 Ringed Plover, 16 Sanderling, 12 Bar and eight Black-tailed Godwit, 12 Whimbrel, eight Greenshank, three Mediterranean Gull, a Turnstone and a summer plumaged Knot.
Around the bushes fewer migrants with a single Wheatear, three Whitethroat, two Willow and a Sedge Warbler, with 11 Cirl Bunting also present. Overhead 32 Swallow and Sand Martin.
Wildlife News: At least 25 Rush Veneer were flushed across the site along with three Painted Lady.