A nice morning at Landguard NR in Suffolk where the place was alive with Wheatears, Willow Warblers and Wagtails with both Yellow and Pied in the dozens feeding and getting ready for the off.
I found a couple of Lesser Whitethroat and Common Whitethroat before fly overs from both Common Buzzard and Sparrowhawk.
Common Tern and Turnstone put in an appearance but otherwise things were quiet but enjoyable.
Ticks are getting difficult to find now and the year list remains static at 263
News now in of a Tawny Pipit at Dunge if only I’d had headed that way this morning I might have connected with another bird on my thus far “dipped list”.