Just time for a quick post tonight. 3 Wrynecks in the area today. First one found late morning just east of the NT car-park along the coast path, flew to the back of the first field and posed niceley on the fence posts. Mid afternoon, 2 found in Pig's Nose Valley, one halfway between the two gates in the open valley, and one near the bottom, below the bottom gate, again briefly on the fence posts.
Otherwise, a good fall of commoner migrants, Wheatears leading the way with 200+
Full details and photos tomorrow - (off to work now!).