The humber produced just 14 Great Crested Grebes and a Guillemot.
2 skeins of Pink-footed Geese totalling 94 birds headed north whilst a single Pale-bellied Brent Goose was with a Dark-bellied flock.
It was a good day for birds of prey with eight species seen: Hen Harrier (ringtail), 3 Common Buzzards and singles of Peregrine, Merlin, Kestrel, Sparrowhawk, Short-eared Owl and Barn Owl.
The wintering 6 Shorelarks were all still present whilst other highlights were: Pintail, Grey Partridge, adult Mediterranean Gull, Stonechat, 20 Linnets and 140 Twite - the highest count of this winter/spring.
Other wildlife seen: A Grey Seal pup was on the beach, single Roe Deer and a Pipistrelle Bat species on the wing at dusk.
The recent easterly gales, snow and freezing temperatures had left its mark with a large wreck of predominantly Common Starfish, Common Sunstars and Edible Crabs all over the beach with five bird casualties also noted - 2 Oystercatchers, Common Gull, Guillemot and a Blackbird.
Med Gulls have been in rather short supply over recent months - an adult wintering on Grimsby Docks being the only other bird I've heard of locally. A stunning gull in summer plumage.