Finally made it out to Skogsøy where there was quite a bit of interest despite few birds passing.
Highlight were undoubtedly three Shoveler skjeand heading north with a couple of Wigeon brunnakke.
Other notable sightings were the county's first Great Skua storjo and Fulmar havhest for the year, a fly over Lapland Bunting lappspurv, several Tufted Duck toppand heading north (first I've seen in Øygarden this year) and 12 Red-throated Diver smålom.
Quite a few auk passing in the distance including several lateish Little Auk alkekonge and a few Puffin lunde; most had to go unidentified though.
Small numbers of Curlew storspove north, Common Scoter svartand and a southerly movement of Shags toppskarv were the mainstay of the days migration.
In the evening a Swallow låvesvale flew around Husvatnet, Tjeldstø