Additional records for the harbour from the Worthing boys (BFF/DIS/DM) included a large increase in Ringed Plover and Dunlin with 90 for both species and the Spotted Redshank still in White's Creek with a single Brent Goose. On the Breech Pool: single Little Ringed Plover with two Common Sandpipers. Twelve Willow Warblers in the hedgerows with a single Wheatear and six Sedge Warblers. Over the harbour: three Peregrines and two flocks of Common Buzzards totalling nine birds. Church Norton: again few birds noted with around ten Willow Warblers, three Common Whitethroats and three Blackcaps.
Selsey - Church Norton: The "Walk" (all your readers must be getting used to the reference), produced 51 Species for me this morning; it included 4 Wheatears (1 outside the house near Park Farm and 3 on the spit in the harbour), a Garden Warbler in the oak bushes as the path between the two Severals reaches the beach, and a Green Sandpiper that flew calling over the harbour and landed at the back of the first Several (IP).
Gannet - 41 os
Sandwich Tern - 14 os
Gannet - 26E, 12W
Common Tern - 12 os