Double click on the Dunnock for full value - it's not cropped.
Started off at Kettleness where there where there was a small westerly passage of Common Scoter (84 in the first hour in 7 groups) and a small easterly passage of terns, 13 Sandwich tern and 1 Commic (most likely an Arctic but I got on to it rather late). 4 Manxies went west, but that was all of note at sea - other than the pickup of Gannet, Kittiwake and auks since last week - loads more. A cold northerly breeze was discouraging (to me) so after an hour and a half I went for a walk around. The Stonchats were still there and very territorial, a Wheatear, Rockit singing, and new since last week 6 Common Whitethroat and 1 Lesser Whitethroat singing.
Scaling Dam had a Greenshank, Common Sandpiper, LRPs, 4 House Martin and a singing Garden Warbler. 2 Wigeon and 3 Goldeneye remain. Of interest 300 Black-headed Gulls suddenly appeared and there was but one or two full adults amongst them.
Nothng much of note at home but at the Danby Moors Centre a fledged Blackbird, possible Marsh Tit, but lawn mowing activities flushed it, and very nice Orange Tips.