The tide was well on its way up so was starting to push the birds toward the cliff face.
A couple of Bar-tailed Godwit bickered at the waters edge
There were good numbers of Redshank, Turnstone, with Sanderling and Dunlin present
A huge flock of Golden Plover were gradually being pushed off the rock ends and they gradually made their way to the old shooting range fields
Goldfinch fed on the seed harvest
and I don't have a clue what this was on the sea surface, being mobbed by gulls for 3-4 minutes
Then it was time for ice cream and coffee next to the car park