The birds of note on the WeBS count this morning were both little - firstly Little Stint which was among the Dunlin flock, my second of the year on the patch after seeing a bird in the spring. There was also single Little Gull, a second calendar year bird in front of the little hide. Otherwise it was pretty quiet, a handful of Dunlin and five Black-tailed Godwits on the Budge fields with the Stint and no sign of the Black-necked Grebe that had been on Druridge Pool earlier in the week.
Walking between the hides, the bushes seemed very quiet too, I suspect they will remain that way until we get a bit of east in the wind.
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