After the late night last night I decided to stay awake through the night and head out early this morning. I headed out at 04:45 and first checked the spit of the second river where the only wader was a single Ringed Plover. Several Scaup and Pintail were also present on the small pools by the spit but not a lot else bar 5 Pacific Eider's on the river itself. I then checked the floods but these were also quiet with a single Red Necked Phalarope being the only bird present. After this I did intend to visit the valley of dreams in the morane hills but the heavy persistent rain made me decide to leave this option due to not wanting to disturb any birds. I then went to the third river and to the western edge of the marsh.Here there were over 80+ Scaup, a single Teal, 3 Red necked Phalaropes, a Long Tailed Skua, 2 White fronted Goose and the pair of Harlequin Ducks (photos above and below) were present with male part displaying to the female. The rain was the heaviest it has been so far this trip and I was pretty soaked through. I decided to head back in time for breakfast at 07:10. Upon returning back after breakfast I decided to grab a few hours sleep as I had been awake for over 26 hours. Mid afternoon I had a stroll to the shop with both Nigel and Martin where we ended up buying up several items as the stocks had been recently replenished. Then it was dinner time and we watched a DVD back at base and that was pretty much the day.