Despite light rain and a south-easterly wind the morning was spent seawatching. Not the standard choice of birding under such conditions. Don't ask.
Things started fairly quietly but improved dramatically after a while. Highlight was undoubtedly the Sandwich Tern splitterne that headed south.
A good passage of Whimbrel småspove was noted with at least 75 passing. Also two White-billed Diver gulnebblom, three Great Northern Diver islom and over 60 Red-throated Diver smålom.
Other stuff inlcuded the first migrating Tufted Duck toppand of the year and small numbers of Velvet Scoter sjøorre.
A quick check of Herdlevær produced a singing Lesser Whitethroat møller.