We started the day at Sheringham for sea watching. The sea was much calmer than the weather forecast had led us to expect and by the time we arrived at around 7am there wasn't a great deal passing on the sea at all.
There were, however quite a few gulls loafing on the groynes and as the tide dropped, also on the beaches due to some shoals of small fish being drawn into shallow water, and in some cases being washed up on the shore.
Amongst the Black-headed and Herring Gulls, a Little Gull, a few Mediterranean Gull and a some Caspian Gulls were noted. Using the scopes it was possible to record three darvic rings.