The baby Great Tits have survived the gales and found the nets!
There were bits and pieces seen out at the tip through the day with a Caspian Tern north, a Bee-eater also north (but very politely returned south when I got out there!) and a couple of Honey Buzzards, Marsh Harriers and Common Buzzards floating around. The Common Buzzards included the dark local bird which frequently and sometimes annoyingly hovers like a Rough-leg, I've never seen this behaviour in the UK but apparently its quite regular here in Denmark.
Male and female Red-backed Shrikes and at least 5 Marsh Warblers were my reward for a walk north up the coast in the afternoon.
After this big easterly blow of the last few days its predicted to be pretty calm with the wind in the W or NW over the next few days - perfect for something awesome! We'll see!