A quick update from me today. I was out and about in the morning and with all this reasonably wild weather about I thought there might be something lurking in the scrub on the sea wall. Two wheatears were flitting about passing infront of the hide today being accompanied by a single Meadow pippit both species on the move at the moment so hoping for a few more. Out to sea of the sea wall although I didn't linger too long were Eider in moult. On the lagoon dunlin, redshank and lapwing made up the usual three to be seen on the island. I met a nice couple birding from the comforts of their car on the sea (I didn't blame them in this wind) who had siskin flying over head other passerine knocking about were Goldifnch and linnets in small flocks throughout the scrub.