There were plenty of vocal Warblers including a couple of Lesser Whitethroat, with Common Whitethroat and Reed Warbler plentiful. Just one Sedge Warbler was noted during the course of the day.
The was a bit of interest on the receded tide. A single Avocet looked forlorn in one of the bays, where a Common Sandpiper flicked low along the shoreline. A stunning adult summer Grey Plover was accompanied by two not so dapper individuals with a Whimbrel and two Turnstone in the same area.
A constant sound during the day were the distant 'mewings' of Mediterranean Gull with around 20 sparkling adults seen flying over towards the estuary.
A minimum count of five Yellow Wagtail were all flyovers.
There was some Butterfly interest with nine species seen including at least a dozen Wall Brown, five Orange-tip, a Small Copper, and two Small Heath.