Late this afternoon the Bittern was seen again, flying across the Slurry Lagoon. The Garganey was still present, along with a Water Rail, Green Sandpiper, Snipe and four Little Egrets. JDn.
In the evening two Bitterns were seen. At dusk a Barn Owl was seen as well as a Pipistrelle and a Noctule at nightfall. RW.
This morning there were still plenty of warblers around the site and a Jay was seen again. Small numbers of Swallows and Siskins were flying through to the south. In the evening a Bittern flew across the Slurry Lagoon, between reed beds, and there were still nineteen Shoveler, three Wigeon and one Garganey present.
This afternoon a Bittern was seen on the Slurry Lagoon and the Garganey was still present. A Spotted Flycatcher was seen near the bird table and two Swifts and twenty-two Shoveler were also seen. RW.
This morning a Sandwich Tern was briefly on the Slurry Lagoon before flying off to follow the river north. The Garganey was still present on the Slurry Lagoon. JF.
The Great White Egret was present again this afternoon but later flew off towards the west. The Garganey is still present on the Slurry Lagoon. JDn.
This morning a Great White Egret flew onto the Slurry Lagoon and spent most of the morning fishing along the edges of the reeds. The Garganey was still present in the back, right-hand corner of the lagoon. PS.
In the evening the Bittern was seen flying over the reed beds and the Garganey was still present. RW.
Today a Garganey was seen on the Slurry Lagoon. There were also two Green Sandpipers on the Ecopark. RW.
This evening the Garganey was still on the EcoPark pool with one Knot, two Green Sandpipers and 13 Lapwings. RW.
This evening a female Common Scoter was seen on the Large Gravel Pit and, in failing light, a possible female Garganey was on the Slurry Lagoon. JMD.