The following day a Fea's type Petrel was watched in front of the tip of the headland by the finnish and german teams, and then watched half an hour later from Ortegal cape (14 km westwards) by Ricardo Hevia. Numbers of Shearwaters started to increase, but skuas were not as many: 11 Arctia, 4 Poms and 12 Bonxies. Only 202 Sandwich Terns were counted.
On 12th there was a Wilson's Storm Petrel in the morning. 1289 Cory's moved westwards in 8,15 hs. Also 229 Sooties and 257 Manxies. Not bad, with WSW winds. We also counted 36 Pomarines, 29 Arctic and 30 Great Skuas. Instead, Tern numbers plummeted.
13th was poorer, with SW winds. A juv. Long Tailed Skua and 9 Sabine's were the main sightings, as well as a very close Great Shearwater.
Observers: Antonio Sandoval, Ricardo Hevia, Antonio Martínez Pernas, Pablo Gutiérrez, Antonio Gutiérrez, Daniel L. Velasco, Pablo Pita, Pep Manchado, Joan Mayol, Jordi Muntaner, Pablo Lado, Javier Fernández, Pedro Sandoval, Eduardo de la Parte, Fran Baena, Markus Ahola, Hannu Huhtinen, Antti Kause, Mikael Nordström, Christian Wagner, Felix Weis.