This morning was very quiet at the lagoons, with the highlight being a small flock of thirteen Common Snipe being seen, flying around the Slurry Lagoon before disappearing into the reeds. A Green Sandpiper was still present on the EcoPark. PS.
At about mid-day a first winter Iceland Gull joined the gull roost on the Slurry Lagoon. It spent some time bathing and then rested on the shore. About forty Golden Plovers flew over at about the same time and a Peregrine had flushed the roost shortly before. There were two Cetti’s Warblers, one calling one singing, and several Water Rail calling from around all the water bodies. Three Little Egrets were seen on the large willow beside the Large Gravel Pit. PS.