A small flock of 35 Golden Plover was on the spit amongst the Lapwing, with one bird beginning to acquire its black breast and belly. They were later joined by a further 14 birds and 3 more flew straight through.
The wintering Chiffchaff was once again present and now just a single Shelduck. A fox also made an appearance, presumably one of the pair from the other day - it looks to be the vixen. She ambled about pushing the gulls into the water, but neither she nor they looked too bothered.