Correction: the Wryneck by the Brue mouth was seen again at 10am. No news either way on Shapwick heath one since initial sighting.
Per twitter messages today, no sign of the Wryneck on the south side of the Brue, but there is a new one at Shapwick Heath, on the main track between car park and 1st hide around midday.
Also the Pec Sand still at Steart Marshes on Otterhampton Marsh but distant, and the Black Tern still at Durleigh.
Wryneck seen briefly at 10 o’clock this morning by me and Graeme Mitchell - it flew up from the grass by the path into the large patch of bramble on the Parrett side of the path, to the east of the main gate at the end of the path, where the shrike was. It then flew back over the bank and we lost it. Worth looking for though!
Per Andy Slade on Twitter this morning: Wryneck at mouth of River Brue, on the South side, where the Red-b Shrike was earlier this year.