With the winds as they were my Spurn weekend had been put on hold, After an enjoyable wader watch last week it was much of the same but I opted for the Lancs coast for a change. First stop was Fairhaven lake not a great deal on the lake of interest except a Juv Kittiwake the water seawardside was still a good way off and only Grey Plovers were at a reasonable distance. Fleetwood was much better with a rather confiding Red Throated Diver in pretty much full colour. A few waders were also about including 150 Turnstone in a flock. One of my favourite places I visited as a kid was Knott End by the Sea and I still enjoy it like I did back then. Good numbers of Dunlin were out there & I managed pick out a Little Stint amongst them. Plenty of Ringed Plover, Knot, Curlew, Oystercatcher & Bar Tailed Godwits creating a cracking sight as a Peregrine came in for breakfast but leaving empty handed. Heysham Power Station was the last stop full a little gull action on arriving a Little Gull flew close inshore & land on the Nab also 2 Med Gulls were there, At the outfalls Arctic & Common Tern were fishing and was joined by the bird I wanted, an adult Sabines Gull that was present yesterday it disappeared after 10 minutes of close viewing so it was home happy with an enjoyable few hours up north.