This morning two Mediterranean Gulls flew into the Deep Pit to join the Black-headed Gulls. They displayed to each other briefly before continuing their journey north. A Jack Snipe was seen on the Wader Scrape. There were forty-two Shoveler on the Slurry Lagoon. PS.
This morning a female Marsh Harrier was seen over the Slurry Lagoon reed beds before flying off to the SW. RW.
This morning two Ravens were seen on one of the pylons. Two Blackcaps, a male and a female, were along the Ouse Dyke. A Swallow and a Peregrine were also seen. JMD.
In the afternoon three Little Gulls flew through. Later on a Barn Owl was seen hunting, a Snipe was seen and about 300 Sand Martins came in to roost in the reed bed. RW.
Late this morning a flock of eleven Common Scoters (8 males and 3 females) settled on the Slurry Lagoon and stayed all afternoon. There were several flocks of Black-headed Gulls passing through, which included two individual Little Gulls. Willow Warblers are now singing on site and a Little Ringed Plover was on the Wader Scrape. PS, RW.