It was otherwise much as usual along the Wall and the Breech Pool, although a couple of Common Terns fishing enlivened the latter location. (OM/TG)
East side: Two summering and now-moulting Wigeon were the most unusual birds on offer - both spending time in the channels and on the mudflats around White's Creek.
Curlew numbers have clearly increased in recent days and around 35 were feeding in the harbour, together with five Black-tailed Godwits, a dozen Lapwings, a few Oystercatchers and at least 40 Redshank. The pair of Shelduck with four or perhaps five ducklings were also present. (OM)