The Rumps today at 9 am was a miserable place to be but it rapidly got better. Plenty of Gannets passing close to the point and a good passage of Manx Shearwater and Auks further out beyond photographic range. Also a few unidentifed Skuas passed at distance. I must get my eye in for this sea watching lark. Other things to note were two Peregrines, a Hobby, a Kestrel, some Kittiwakes, Fulmars and a Sunfish.
Then back to Walmsley and in amongst the 10 Dunlin was a juvenile Pectoral Sandpiper. There was a second Pectoral Sandpiper but it flew off before I could get the camera out.