What a day! I should write several pages about today, but I feel a bit exhausted so this will be a short version.
Over 200 000 Barnacle and Brant Geese have migrated south past the island today. Apart from them a lot of Eiders, Velvet Scoters, Common Scoters, Red-throated Loons, Eurasian Wigeons, Long-tailed Ducks and Red-breasted Mergansers have passed the island on their way south.
And in the nets we caught over 500 birds, mostly European Robins and Goldcrests.
In the morning I was lucky enough to spot a Yellow-browed Warbler shortly when it jumped up in front of me, just a few meters away. But sadly non of the other birders here managed to see it. But we're hoping that it's still around here somewhere and that we will catch it tomorrow.
Other birds worth mentioning is one Sanderling, one Purple Sandpiper, two Caspian Gulls and one possible Yellow-legged Gull.
Well, that's all for today folks!