No one else about as we parked. The first birds i noticed was a nice pair of Pintail in the middle of the voe with Teal , Mallard and Shelduck also seen. Redshank (3 pairs) Turnstone (48) and a couple of Snipe fed along the rocky shoreline.
A large number of Starling and a few house sparrow, one collecting nest material seemed busy searching through the mass of seaweed.
A few pairs of Rock Pipit showed close by while a Cormorant and a Shag rested on a large rock with a dozen Fulmar.
This morning a third Lapland bunting turned up at Sumburgh, this time a female. It may have been brought down by the singing male. Also a Pod of Risso dolphin pass the head, looks like the ones seen at Busta Voe yesterday, looking good already for cetaceans.
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