Weather: Northwest fore 6, gusting 7. Squally showers.
The overnight storm from the North produced little over the sea over the tide from Hoylake shore. This was as expected given the blow was less than 24 hours old, however as the tide ebbed a few birds started to move west including 20+ Gannet, 20 Sandwhich Tern, 1 Fulmar, 1 Great crested Grebe, and the first Red throated Diver of the autumn.
Curlew Sandpiper and 2 Yellow legged gulls remain on the shore whilst a Wheatear was the highlight in the garden.
Adult Mediterranean Gull, 1st winter Kittiwake and 1st winter Little Gull were in the Mersey mouth from New Brighton.