I wandered round to the southern bank to view the few LWHG that were on the back of the spit and mainly obscured by vegetation. 1 of these was a 2s (3cy) Yellow-legged Gull and following a quick scan, another 2s (3cy) bird was found. 1 of the birds had a dark iris, whilst the other had a lighter iris and a small amount of dark streaking around the eye. They remained separate for much of the time, but when they did meet up, they adopted a head down parallel walk for a little while. A few poor record shots below - the auto focus was struggling to work in the poor light!
The 2cy LBB Gull with the white darvic and black lettering was present again, but I still could not read it - maybe third time lucky!
The Bar-headed Goose that is present on and off with Greylags appeared - it seems to spend its time between here and Dorney and probably places inbetween. Also the large brood of 14 Mallards, still following mother even though they are now the same size.