Bit of a late start yesterday morning, as had to do a school run with our grandson, any finally met up with Brian at around 09 15 and headed off to Marazion to try and find the Glaucous Gull that's been around on and off foe a few days.
Drove into the car park opposite the Mount and started to scan the area where it has been seen but no gulls anywhere, as we were looking the two Brent Geese that ahd been on Little London beach flew in and landed on the shoreline in front of us.
So grabbed the camera and Monopod and off down the beach I went (it was low tide and they were quite a distance away), I would stop and take a few shots and then move slowly forward and take a few more moving a little closer each time, and managed to end up getting a few reasonable images.
Next we had a look on the marsh but nothing much was about except for a nice Meadow Pipit and an Oystercatcher.
We then headed off to Newlyn and stopped at Tolcarne beach on the way for a look,got out of the car lifted up the binos and said to Brian take a look through your scope at the harbour wall in Newlyn I think that's the male Eider.
Once confirmed we walked over to the closest point we could get to it and got a few images, though not the best as the light was wrong with looking into the sun.