A mid-morning visit was rather uneventful.
A small amount of visible migration was taking place, but not assiduously recorded! As ever, meadow pipits were most numerous (circa 50 per hour), but eight skylarks, two alba wagtails and a siskin were also noted heading through, SE.
A lesser and two common whitethroats and a handful of chiffchaffs were also seen. A treecreeper was calling in the railway cutting area and a young peregrine was keeping Gull Bank free of waders.
Five shovelers were at Freeman's Pools.