As soon as we arrived it only took about 5 minutes for the Iceland Gull to show which was very good news but sadly it was a little distant. We watched it distantly for about 10 minutes but thankfully! A birder came with some bread and threw it in the water and the Iceland Gull was straight down for it. We got superb views feeding right in front of us. A cracking bird! I think it has been aged as a second winter bird. It was a very nice bird to see plus to see it so close was even better. Also in the area there was a few Turnstone and a small group of Eiders.
Afterwards we had a little walk through a wood where we spotted a couple of Great Spotted Woodpeckers and a Goldcrest also we had a little walk along the coast, on some rocks below some cliffs we spotted Dunlin, Ringed Plover, Oystercatcher, Turnstone and Redshank.