Cashing in on some wader action at Frampton Marsh RSPB. Such a fabulous reserve full of waders with 20 species in total seen comprised of the following; two Curlew Sandpiper in summer moult, two Little Stint, two Wood Sandpiper, four Spotted Redshank with one in summer plumage and the rest moulting adults, five Green Sandpiper, six Common Sandpiper, two Greenshank, a single Whimbrel that called high over during the evening, 500+ Black-tailed Godwit dominating the reserve, 50 Knot with around 10 still in summer plumage, 100+ Avocet, 50+ Dunlin the majority still in summer plumage, 30 Ruff, 25 Redshank, 15 Little Ringed Plover, 10 Ringed Plover, 25 Common Snipe, 15 Lapwing, one lonely Golden Plover in summer plumage, and eight Oystercatcher.
A juvenile Spoonbill was roosting well into the morning. It was then seen flying and settling onto the North Marsh early evening.
Always a highlight was Turtle Dove seen in trees along the track by the wooded area.