The highlights on a late morning circular walk at Mortehoe were many stonechats, a kestrel, a pair of  ravens, one female wheatear, one wren, 10+ oystercatchers on the rocks below, a pair of fulmar, 6 gannets further out. On the gorse was a mixture of a few willow warblers and chiffchaffs, which were difficult to separate until I could study my photos. I believe that the willow warblers had paler legs and a more prominent supercilium, and possibly slightly longer wings, but please correct me if I’m wrong!