A bright sunny day. No wind. I get there at the start of ebbing tide.I see mostly dunnocks, stonechats, robins pipits and sanderlings.I take some photos of dunnocks near Portivy, about a hundred metres inland from the coastal path. They are very active and call from gorse and bramble-bushes.I meet a local birder who tells me about his arguments with local men who go shooting where they shouldn't and try to scare him off by threatening to shoot his dogs.Apparently, one of them even boasted of clubbing to death fifty foxes( including juveniles).True dickheads! Later in the day, I capture a rock-pipit foraging on the rocks at the 'Pointe du Conguel'.