Had a wander around the Garrison before breakfast, not a lot happening there though. Luckily after breakfast the news came out that the Red-rumped Swallow had been refound, or a new one had been found, at Porth Hellick. So off to Porth Hellick again. The bird was there flying over the bay, but sadly the weather changed not long after i arrived, and the rain set in for a while. The bird gradually seemed to disappear from view for longer periods, as the tide went out, then it disappeared altogether. The usual by now Cuckoo or two were seen. A Wheatear on the beach, a small flock of Whimbrel and some other waders, including Ringed Plover and Turnstone were there too.
Walked up towards the airfield when the weather cleared up slightly, saw the Pink-footed Goose, which had become a regular in the fields around there.
We returned to the beach a bit later to find the Red-rumped Swallow sat on it!