Yesterday afternoon an Alpine Swift was seen briefly, but it didn't hang around. It clearly did hang around somewhere though, as it was found again this morning. Much bigger than the swifts we usually see, Alpine Swifts are essentially white below and brown above, so keep an eye out.
Plenty of other things to look for, a Peregrine can usually be seen from Grandstand viewpoint, Barn Owls are often seen hunting the reserve and there are a few Brown Hares around at the moment. Scan the recently ploughed area for Grey Partridges and spend some time in the Dell looking for warblers. Our summering (although I think lonesome) Willow Warbler is still around and there are lots of Whitethroats.
"Fledglings a-go-go" on the cliffs, well certainly for Razorbills and Guillemots and there are ever growing Kittiwake and Gannet chicks, although Gannet chicks are anything but "go-go", becoming lazier as they become ever more satiated. Puffin numbers are good at the moment and this is one of the best times of year to see them.
When you're out on the cliffs do take the time to enjoy the patchwork of colour in the wildflower meadows, including the intensely purple Northern Marsh Orchids and before you go anywhere take time to look for the few Bee Orchids in the car park and have a look for the Swallow nest in the visitor centre porch.