The wind varied from SSW to SSE, sunshine in the morning but turning to rain by mid afternoon.
|Some of the 150+ Wigeon waiting for the tide to reach|
their feeding areas on Red Nab
|A nice shot of some of the Wigeon flying to Red Nab|
|Redshank and Turnstone roosting on No.1 outflow. |
If the tide covers the outflow they move on to the sloping sea wall
|Curlew and Oystercatcher near the outflow|
but both these can be seen everywhere!
|Grey Heron - this one routinely feeds in the channels by No.1 outflow.|
It then roosts on Red Nab, as here.
|Stunning picture by Howard|