17:45 > 18:30
Sunny, NW breeze, 17c.
As we say goodbye to May the summer slumber seems to have somewhat already sneaked in given activity today.
Breeding success is again the order of the day with young Pied Wagtail as well as Yellow Wagtail initially seen last week now picking about in the mud along the shorelines. A rather scruffy White Wagtail was seen too, the first in a while but then given what else has been happening it has probably been overlooked.
Elsewhere one of the Lapwing pairs now has three sizable chicks in tow.
Two Great Crested Grebe doing their mating ritual suggests more new life is to come.
The usual Little Ringed Plovers and Oystercatchers were present as were three Little Egret and up to six Grey Heron together in a group on 'Knot Pool'. In the small corner copse by the farm itself a Little Owl flitted about and on leaving a single Common Tern flew in.
And that, as they say, is your lot!