The early morning migrant coverage has been awful so far this month - just the way it goes with observer availability and there really has been no incentive at all for any seawatching.
There is some really tasty weather coming up this week - perhaps more likely to produce a rare wader somewhere where they wont be chased off by Avocets, or hirundine/tern over an inland water, but also the possibility of a decent passerine.
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Common Tern - one on the seaward end of Heysham one for 5 minutes or so
Med Gull - black-headed 2CY as above but only for two feeding 'sweeps'
Gannet - adult out
Swallow - 17 in
House Martin - 4 in
Wall Brown butterfly