After the early morning mist burnt off the day was a gloriously sunny spring day. Following yesterdays excitement hopes were high for another great day of migration. Although it deal feel a little quieter than yesterday, birds had still arrived during the night and continued to arrive throughout the day.
Highlights were Wheatear (19) in various paddocks and a Flava Wag over. Lingham Lane held a singing Grasshopper Warbler by the bridge and at least three Lesser Whitethroat. A Common Whitethroat was recorded in the brambles adjacent to the Car Park mid morning.
Two Redstart, both males were also present with one along the paddock track and another along Park Lane. Also in the main paddocks there were White Wagtail (7) Wheatear (5) and a fine male Whinchat.
Mid afternoon brought a couple of Whimbrel as the tide flooded and three Gannet fished offshore along with several Sandwich Tern. A small party of Sand Martin (16) came in over Kerr's flash, hawked up and down for several minutes before moving on north.
Many thanks Alistair Orton for providing todays photos.