The forecast morning rain didn't amount to much and the stronger winds didn't produce much offshore passage aside from 30 Gannet. On the sea were eight Great Crested Grebe. a single Red-throated Diver and a small flock of 14 Common Scoter, with five Eider off Warren Point.
At low tide, 30 Shelduck and a Greenshank were feeding in the estuary, 85 Dark-bellied Brent Geese were on the Golf Course, five Shoveler were on the Main Pond with a Sparrowhawk 18 Meadow Pipit and 14 Cirl Bunting on site.
Other Wildlife: Fewer beetles were beneath the geotubes, able to escape on the damp sand with the darkling beetle Phylan gibbus and the dung beetle Aphodius foetidus.
A further new beetle was recorded at the geotubes on Tuesday, the nationally rare dung beetle Melinopterus consputus.