Quick high tide count north of Hall Road this morning, with 5 Golden Plover in with the usual Grey Plover, Lapwings and 68 Turnstones, the latter a nice sight for a Marshsider, but pretty regular along this stretch of the coast.
Two Rock Pipits on the stony shore here, with the usual Meadow Pipits and Stonechats about, and a very tired Wheatear that I almost stood on as it rested in the cool early morning.
One Swallow hawking for insects over the high tide at Hall Road,. and another Wheatear nearer Crosby Marine Lake.
Mipits dotted about the coastal park moving through, with a single Red Admiral going south and one Sprawk circling overhead.
Two Great Crested Grebes on the lake, and down at Hightown, 6,000+ Pinkies on the estuary as the tide came in early a.m.
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies...