A bit of seawatching from Port Eynon this morning didn't produce what I was hoping for, but nevertheless proved to be a worthwhile trip. The stars today were the Harbour Porpoises. At least 6, and maybe 10 or more, well spread out. At least 3 spent a lot of time off the point and around the buoy. A few Kittiwake were hanging around hoping to steal a few scraps.
Over 200 Manx Shearwater were feeding in the bay along with Gannets and Auks, with 100+ Swallow in off the sea in 3 hours. Also moving today were 116 Common Scoter passing west in parties up to 25 birds.