Due to the continuing West winds decided not to walk the Point and decided the more sheltered areas around Kelling might be worth a look
The highlight was a close (ish) Manxie past along with a scattering of seabirds - Kittiwakes, Razorbills, Guillemots, only two distant Sandwich Terns and a few RT Divers
Wheatear, Chiffchaffs and just singles of H Martin and Swallow
..... Kelling Water was devoid of birds other than a few Teal and a few BH Gulls ....
Typical that later in the day Pec Sand and Water Pipit were found there!!
Not having the best of luck so far this Autumn but the fun and games should start next week when we get a bit of E and N breeze .. just in time for the chance of some real Siberian migrants