Much a continuation of yesterday in many respects with variation being provided in the form of a female Goosander moving north and a single adult Kittiwake flying south on the 29th, but little else. At least the routine monitoring work was worthwhile , which was both a relief and a bonus! A further benefit to the Thursday evening was meeting up with "the trio" on their final part of their Islay trip and discovering they had enjoyed every minute of it. A nice end to an episode which might not be repeated for a while in the future!
In a personal sense the second day also delivered in that I had views of a White-tailed Eagle on my journey home, but otherwise the incoming NW winds appear to have brought the early arrival of migrants to a halt.