Seawatching early morning saw 21 Balearic Shearwater head south along with 260 Gannet, 79 Kittiwake, six Common Scoter, four Mediterranean Gull, an Arctic Skua, two Red-throated and a Great Northern Diver.
In the estuary a juvenile Osprey, Tuesday's bird, and the immature Peregrine continue to play havoc with roosting flocks. Counts completed included 376 Curlew, 313 Redshank, 37 Bar and a Black-tailed Godwit in the Railway Saltmarsh, 147 Teal and 140 Wigeon in Shutterton Creek and 20 Dark-bellied Brent Geese, including the first two juveniles, 20 Knot, 13 Sandwich Tern, four Grey Plover and two Pale-bellied Brent Geese in the Bight.
Elsewhere 15 Chiffchaff, three Goldcrest and two Blackcap were in the bushes and overhead 23 Meadow Pipit, 12 Skylark, 11 Swallow, two Sand Martin, a Grey Wagtail and a Rook.
Wildlife News: At least three Clouded Yellow were on the wing along with a Tree Bumblebee, the first one for several weeks, and the numerous Common Carder and Buff-tailed Bumblebee on the Michaelmas Daisy.