Despite the offshore easterly winds I started the day seawatching. There was plenty moving:)
Hightlights were an adult White-billed Diver gulnebblom, a Great Northern Diver islom and two large divers that could have been either of these two - distance was not really an issue but I got onto them too late:( A Little Auk alkekonge, decent movement of seaduck and a good variety of other species including three White-tailed Eagle havørn, a flock of Purple Sandpiper fjæreplytt and more meant that it was never dull. Marine mammals also featured with a couple of Porpoise and what could only have been a Risso's Dolphin with a long, thin and falcate dorsal fin.
An ongoing military exercise put paid to two of my plans (rare pipits and fishing) so I briefly checked another couple of localities. I was rewarded by a roadside Common Buzzard musvåk at Nautnes. Chiff-chaff gransanger, Blackcap munk, Waxwing sidensvans and Parrot Crossbills furukorsnebb were among the species at Sæle.