A moderate south-south-easterly wind developed during an increasingly cloudy day with temperatures peaking at nine degrees C. Notable seawatch records were 48 Common Scoters, three Red-throated Divers and a Great Northern Diver, 24 Sandwich Terns and an Arctic Tern all flying south. Four Spoonbills that flew south over the outer head early evening provided the day’s highlight. A House Martin over the outer head was new, whilst the singing Grasshopper Warbler remained in the same area. Single Ring Ouzel and more unusually a Nuthatch frequented the Old Fall area. Two Ring Ouzels remained in residence at RSPB Bempton Cliffs, while an Osprey flew east over the nearby village mid evening.