Wednesday 15th April

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

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