I copied this post from Bird forum. Richard Smith and Gary Wilkinson were on Tory Bank holiday Monday 4th May.
"Took the early morning ferry to Tory. A breezy voyage which was
enlivened by the sight of 10 Great Northern Divers together. Manx
Shearwater, Fulmar, Guillemot, Razorbill, Gannets, Bonxie spotted along
with reasonable numbers of gulls.
The harbour on Tory was good with Whimbrel, Turnstone, Sanderling,
Dunlin, Ringed Plover, Golden Plover & Mallard. As we walked inland
towards Derek Hill's hut we spotted Lapwing & Snipe together with
the nesting gulls. At this stage the rain started and persisted for
about three hours.
A brief look at the Western cliffs produced Puffin, Razorbill, Fulmar
& Guillemot. The wind & driving rain forced us to abandon these
exposed delights. Later it dried up and we were treated to spectacular
views of a Corncrake appearing from the nettles.
The return boat trip was quiet but produced excellent views of Great Northern Divers.
Great Northern Diver, Great Skua, Whimbrel, Golden Plover and Corncrake are new for the year.