The first passerine migrant, found early in the afternoon, was a flighty Citrine Wagtail at Garso Loch. It was subsequently tracked to Ancum Loch, where it was eventually seen well on the ground. Birds were presumably arriving later in the day, with 4 Willow Warblers seen in the evening. The Black-headed Bunting was still near Holland House, and other sightings included a couple of Kestrels and a Manx Shearwater.
A good variety of waders includes several small flocks of Knots.