Another morning out at Seasalter with a cool NE breeze coming in off the sea but the sun made an appearance mid-morning warming things up. My first stop was along SS Lane where I saw a marsh harrier put up c.80 teal from the dykes and also spooking the dozen or more lapwings. A cetti's warbler burst into song along the roadside and 4 skylarks were having a chase around over the field.
Along the seafront a stop at the pumping station revealed 70 brents, 4 shelducks, 5 redshanks, 4 grey plovers and 3 dunlin although a good number of waders were further out on the tideline but numbers were clearly reduced.
On the plots, 2 moorhens, 2 reed buntings, 2 cetti's, 3 goldfinches, 2 linnets, 1 chaffinch, 1 kestrel, 1 chiffchaff, 4 snipe and 8 buzzards circling high up.
Another look out to sea showed c.150 grey plovers far out and another buzzard came along the beach putting up the gulls.