This morning a Peregrine, two Common Terns and two Redpolls were seen over the Slurry Lagoon. A Grasshopper Warbler and two Whitethroats were by the Gravel Pits and four Lesser Whitethroats were heard around the site. PS.
This morning, on the Causeway, a male Redstart was seen, first on the bench and then it flew into the Deep Pit and foraged along the bank. There was a Reed Warbler singing in the reeds at the north-west end of the Deep Pit. There are still some Wheatears on the field beyond the Wader Scrape and more Whitethroats, Lesser Whitethroats and Sedge Warblers are in. A Yellow Wagtail flew along the Causeway and a Grasshopper Warbler was reeling near the north-west corner of the Large Gravel Pit. PS.
This morning a female Wheatear was on the Wader Scrape, along with five Little Ringed Plovers. Several House Martins and Swallows were passing through. PS.
This morning a Kittiwake flew through to the north. RW.
A Redstart was seen at the dry end of the Slurry Lagoon. JMD.
A Lesser Whitethroat and two Reed Warblers were heard along the Slurry Lagoon path. PS.