I decided to take the coastal footpath towards Maenporth, a stretch I don't often do where I bumped into the usual array of coastal species including a pair of Stonechats fiercely "chacking" away at me (perhaps defending a nest) and I had a brief view of a Grey Seal in the bay at Maenporth.
Grey Heron at Maenporth, sat rather unusually on its back end!
Back at Pennance Point, I did another hour or so sea-watching to compare against yesterdays passage of Manxies. Today only produced a handful of Manx Shearwaters, about 6 lingering around a fishing boat that was heading back to the harbour and the odd two or three shearing westrards. The usual 6 Sandwich Terns also flew past the point (I expect they are the same individuals that have been remaining in the area over the past couple days/weeks).