Today's unpleasant weather made my watchpoint untenable (a few swallows N before heavier rain set in), so I had a trail round the more popular parts of the parish instead.
Interest was limited to a pochard, 12 each of sand martin and swallow and two little ringed plovers at Freeman's Pools.
A wheatear was in the stubble field and a male blackcap was in the wood.
Bumped into a similarly bedraggled Steve W who could only add another wheatear and some meadow pipits to the migrant tally.
Late-escaping news from my visit on Saturday included a saker (or saker-type) falcon chasing crows at high speed.
A merlin and 3 male white wagtails were also noted.