A much quieter day today with just a trickle of birds passing overhead, very few birds in the bushes and barely any movement offshore.
The Grey Phalarope was still feeding offshore between the two hides and five Mediterranean Gulls were also lingering around the Patch. Two Bullfinches in the bushes and seven Brambling overhead were about the best on the land.
Several Red Admirals and plenty of Common Darter dragonflies were still on the wing.
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