No sign of Pec.Sand. or any Great White Egrets this morning ,just 2 Greenshanks and a single Black -tailed Godwit.
Pectoral Sandpiper was still present at 14:30 at least, showing well from southern bank. It spent a lot of time on stony spit & probably not viewable from layby.
No sign of the Pec Sand late afternoon, but both a redshank and greenshank ended up moving too close to the near bank to see from the layby, so it may still be there. GW egret still there.
Juv Pectoral Sandpiper still present Tuesday am ,also a single Black-tailed Godwit and three Greenshank .Also numbers of Teal seem to be steadily increasing .
Great White Egret ringed white on red AAF present 3-4pm mon. Also juv Pectoral Sandpiper,2 common sandpipers,3 greenshanks, 6 black tailed godwits.
(Have now corrected the letters on the ring)
Pectoral Sandpiper showing well at the western end this morning (per twitter).
Waders present Sunday morning were 3 Greenshank, 3 Common Sandpiper, 1 Dunlin and 1 Ruff. The Great White Egret was still on site , as were 2 Great Black-backed Gulls.
At nearby Hawkridge res. a Hooded Merganser was presumably on a day trip out from the local wildfowl collection !!.
Pectoral Sandpiper ,2 Knot ,3 Ruff ,3 Greenshank ,7 Black-tailed Godwits and Great White Egret all present this morning.
Juv Pectoral Sandpiper still present at 15:00 hrs. Also now 5 Ruff and a juv Little Stint to add to Brian’s wader totals.
A delayed WeBS count this morning paid off with a Pectoral Sandpiper feeding with 3 Common Sandpipers about halfway along the north side almost opposite the concrete inlet channel. Also 2 Knot, 2 Ruff, 9 Black-tailed Godwit, 3 Greenshank and a Dunlin.
The colour-ringed juvenile Great White Egret from the Avalon Marshes was also back again after being missing for a few days.
7 Black-tailed Godwits ,single Ruff and Knot plus four Shovelers .(Sun am.).
Single Curlew Sandpiper still present Sat morning ,also two Greenshank ,a single Shoveler (very scarce here ).
Both Little Gull (Juvenile) and Black Tern showing well from Durleigh dam at 11.30 this morning.
And both still present this afternoon at 16:45 hrs.
Black Tern and Little Gull still from the dam at Durleigh Res., late afternoon.