Great to see the Nightjar still present on it's favoured perch. A great crowd present this evening, and it was a pleasure meeting new people and hanging out with the locals too. The bird rested typically until sunset when it became much more active, firstly preening, then stretching its wings before shuffling forward where it then perched at the end of the branch waiting for air traffic clearance.
Finally it lifted of at 7.14pm where it dashed through the murk only to be seen again five minutes later back on its perch. It then disappeared, and despite a brief aerial search, it wasn't seen again.