Redstart - Alan Keatley
Wheatear - Dave Jewell
Elsewhere 87 Wigeon were in Shutterton Creek, but with unsuccessful forays from Kestrel, Peregrine and two Sparrowhawk wader numbers in the Bight were much reduced. Counts included 904 Oystercatcher, 39 Ringed Plover, 12 Turnstone nine Sanderling and a Bar-tailed Godwit returned to feed up as the tide dropped. The undoubted highlight was the Osprey that caught a fish before promptly gaining height and flying south out of the recording area.
Sparrowhawk - Dave Jewell
The abundance of fencing around the Bight provides plenty of opportunities for hunting raptors