Professor of Listening
It was a calm but cloudy evening today when I headed around the headland. Still 84 Goosander in the harbour and there were two Wheatears in Greyhope Bay. I spent most of the time seawatching, which was fairly productive. Most conspicuous were Manx Shearwaters with 65 going north. Eventually, two Sooty Shearwaters also went through, a reasonable distance out. Seven Bonxies and four Arctic Skuas were lingering around. A juvenile Black Guillemot was in the throng of other auks just offshore.