All the action was on the sea. Great Skua, Arctic Skua, Red-throated Diver were seen on the way out, although the highlight was the sheer number of Gannets passing East. During the six hours I was on the point, at least 5,000 - 10,000 must have passed:
A couple of young Seals were resting on the shingle:
There were more people than birds on the point as a boat had just landed for a quick stop. I headed back with a single Hobby, and Gannets and Skuas passing at regular intervals.
A few Dunlin were on the shingle, and a single Whimbrel was found near Halfway House:
Back at Cley, a distant Grey Phalorope was on the pools. A Marsh Harrier came over one of the paths at one point just close enough to get a decent shot of a bird that always tends to stay just out of range of my lens:
Later there was time for a quick walk around the Wells end of Holkham, where thousands of newly arrived Pinkfeet were congregating in the fields at sunset: