I cycled along to Scapa pier before work. The tide was high so no waders on the shore but I noticed auks on the water and counted about 190, the vast majority of which were guillemots with some razorbills and black guillemot. They were so spread out in singles and small groups that I was surprised at the total. The shoals of fish were thick right below the pier and probably right across the bay. This seal was also attracted by the bounty.