Another beautiful sunny morning with a few cirrus clouds hanging furtively against a brilliant blue sky.
Much like yesterday, the Common Sandpiper remained on East Warwick with the rafts of Tufted Duck.
A pair of Kingfisher were active at the traditional site on No.5. Seen initially back in May, it was great to see that nesting has been successful and who knows, they may well be into their third brood. An adult bird was later seen flying across No.1.
A Peregrine was seen soaring high over No.4 and an adult male Sparrowhawk flew low over No.1 carrying prey.