Walking back a LITTLE EGRET flew over. Usually I drive from one area to another today I walked from ARC to Hookers Pit, it was very enjoyable. Several MARSH HARRIERS drifted to and fro', a SNIPE was huddled down in a clump of grass and at least 3 STONECHAT were seen on the way to Hookers.
From the ramp BEARDED TITS were seen well and were making plenty of noise, 1 CORN BUNTING showed well as I walked back towards the ARC.
With a little over 40 minutes left I drove to the point to have a quick sea watch from the fishing boats, KITTIWAKES were flying west, a RED THROATED DIVER was on the sea and a couple of GANNETS were a little way off shore. A couple of TURNSTONES came quite close and a MED. GULL flew by. There were no 'stars' this morning but it was extremely enjoyable.