Nets were put up at the office just for routine coverage from about 0715 and the dull conditions meant probably very little was missed earlier. A combination of HNR office coverage and Malcolm out on the shore saw an enormous NORTHERLY movement of Pink-footed Goose which was presumably some overshooting by ?Solway birds and certainly not roost to feeding area. One flock contained a single Barnacle Goose
The only other vis mig over the office was four Grey Wagtail and two were duly ringed along with an array of finches and tits with single Chiffchaff and Robin - far more than seemed likely from the synopsis
Thanks to Janet and Malcolm for pics
Pink-footed Goose - 2280 north in at least 15 skeins
Barnacle Goose - 1 north
Skylark - 2 south
Grey Wagtail - 4 SE
Red-throated Diver - 1
Meadow Pipit and Chaffinch - 'none'!
Heysham Head shore
Rock Pipit - ELEVEN!
Red Nab area
Sanderling - at least 2
After a mild night, nine species in the office trap including Acleris emargana which I think if NFY