Our BLACK-TAILED GODWITS decided that they wanted to stay another day and in fact their numbers even went up to 6 today. Steve Lavington found our second WHEATEAR of the spring this morning and the CETTI'S WARBLER was reported again, this time in a slightly different location from before. Apart from that there was one LITTLE RINGED PLOVER, one RINGED PLOVER, one DUNLIN and the usual 2 OYSTERCATCHERS and 3 SHELDUCK.
In other locations Sedge Warblers have now arrived though last year we found it very difficult to get this species. Let's hope that this year is better for them.
|One of the two "resident" Oystercatchers|