The fog didn't lift until 10am but failed to drop in any influx of migrants, an early Yellow Wagtail was overhead with three Rook and a Siskin but again no hirundines. Elsewhere a low high tide saw 22 Turnstone, nine Ringed Plover, four Red-breasted Merganser, three Dark-bellied Brent Geese and a Dunlin in the estuary, the Cetti's Warbler was at the Main Pond and two Blackcap were on site.
Teal - Alan Keatley
Wildlife News: Once it warmed up insects were again out in numbers with singles of Orange-tip and Comma on the wing with at least eight Peacock and four Speckled Wood. The first Painted Nomad Bee Nomada furcata of the year was at a large colony of Yellow-legged Bee Andrena flavipes on the Car Park roundabout, sadly the verge was cut today removing many of their nectar sources. Elsewhere a large bull Grey Seal in the estuary and at least 20 Barrel Jellyfish were washed up on the tideline.
Comma - Luke Harman
Sand Crocus - Alan Keatley
Painted Nomad Bee - Alan Keatley