Fishbourne Creek: Two Stonechats were at Fishbourne, whilst in the harbour were a number of Wigeon and Teal, about 20 Dunlin, similar of Oystercatcher and plenty of Redshank. Before the high tide there were 15 Greenshank and about 10 Lapwing off Dell Quay, plus a Sandwich Tern and about 30 Turnstones on moored boats, with a few along the shore. A Cetti's Warbler was heard at the Lavant Outfall where there was a Grey Wagtail, whilst in the harbour were a Bar-tailed Godwit and about 10 Black-tailed Godwits, which were later in the high tide roost along with 4 Ringed Plovers and a few Grey Plover. (RW)
Church Norton: There were a dozen Pied Wagtails flitting about in the trees in the churchyard, and there were also two Mistle Thrush, several Chiffchaffs and a Great Spotted Woodpecker about, whilst six Stonechats were in the horse field.
Also, a Kingfisher flew along the beach and there were hundreds of House Martins overhead. (A&YF)
North Wall: A young Hobby was putting on a display over Halsey's Farm late this morning, whilst the hedges towards Owl Point contained at least six Stonechats and a few Chiffchaffs, whilst 50+ Meadow Pipits and a couple of Skylarks were on the fields and 20+ Swallows and House Martins went over.
A Curlew Sandpiper was among the many Dunlin, Grey Plovers and Redshank in the harbour towards high tide, whilst 60+ Black-tailed Godwits and 20+ Lapwings were on the Breech Pool, along with a few Teal.
There were plenty of active (if elusive) warblers along the wall - including a Whitethroat, two Reed Warblers, several calling Cetti's Warblers and numerous Chiffchaffs and Blackcaps - along with half a dozen Reed Buntings and Long-tailed Tits and at least four Stonechats. (KF/AH/IP)
Medmerry: Coastguards to Breach - Three Wheatears and 2 Meadow Pipits were along the beach and 8 Swallows headed west, whilst 8 Pied Wagtails, 2 Turnstones and 3 Stonechats were on the rocks and a single Linnet was by the go-kart track.