The view through the scope was a vast improvement on what you see here - stunning birds in the right light.
There were a few Ringed Plover running around further back and the Turnstones were all busy riving away at the tufts of seaweed but the single Dunlin has managed to pull in a couple of mates.
I'd been keeping an eye on a group of birds that were obviously on some food with the Raven keeping the Hoodies and the GBB Gull at bay. It could only be some scrap of fish that an Otter had left so that wouldn't be far away either.
The bird had a bit of a look around and maybe found a couple of scraps before it was off again. I looked back towards the seaweed covered rocks and saw a couple of tails sticking in the air - Otters. They disappeared out of sight so, with the Kite gone, I went for a closer look. When I picked them up again they were still on the land but it wasn't two Otters, it was three - result. I just sat watching them grooming on the shore for 15 minutes before they headed out on a fishing expedition.