A day of mostly cloud cover with winds south-west force 2 and 9c.
Seawatching at the headland had 27 Wigeon south and two north, 17 Red-throated Diver south and nine north, 200 Guillemot south and 150 north, 1600 Razorbill south and 65 north. Present were 65 Shag and a juvenile Glaucous Gull.
Around the other parts of the headland were 53 Greylag Goose, 80 Teal, 25 Mallard, four Eider, four Common Scoter, 20 Red-throated Diver, three Great Crested Grebe, 18 Curlew which appeared to land near Flatmere, 34 Turnstone, Sanderling, Barn Owl, three Kestrel and four Rock Pipit.
At Bempton were 200 Fulmar, 500 Gannet, a juvenile Glaucous Gull, two Peregrine, Short-eared Owl, eleven Skylark, Stonechat, 70 Tree Sparrow, four Rock Pipit, 45 Linnet, Siskin and 85 Corn Bunting and 37 Yellowhammer south of Staple Newk. Eleven Harbour Porpoise were out from the cliffs.
Barn Owl by Andrew Allport