Another beautiful sunny day.
A wander around home first thing found a few thrushes on the move and finches flying. The Long-tailed Tit was still present. On The Shunan, amongst the usual ducks was a Goldeneye.
Out on the Brough of Birsay, a Brambling flew over as I crossed the causeway. Around the Viking site there was a large flock of Twite of about 100 which included a Brambling and a Goldfinch, but not the hoped for redpoll.
In Palace there were a couple of Goldcrest and a Blackcap. A very few Blackbirds, Song Thrush and Redwing were also present.
Down on the beach was my first WWG of the autumn, a 1cy Glaucouus Gull.
The Lapland Buntings were still present on the Links.
A still afternoon at home allowed for further views of the Long-tailed Tit and Tree Sparrow, no sign of Woody though.