Bit of a novelty, especially this time of year - usually a spring and autumn passage migrant. No obvious sign of the Chough today in the southern section at least. One of the adult male Eider which was almost certainly off here earlier was seen floating in the choppy water past the Stone Jetty and was flashing an orangy bill as it bobbed up and down whilst floating in but there was no evidence of any 'sails'. Watch this space when it goes calm.
Whooper Swan - adult in the harbour mouth
Stonechat - female still half moon bay
Meadow Pipit - one half moon bay
Thanks to Janet for the second and third, no prizes for guessing who took the first