Okay, maybe that's a bit over the top (moi?) altho' while Chris Tynan and I were working on the beach down near Cabin Hill this afternoon, we did count a minimum of seven Common Buzzards thermalling thro' and possibly as many as 13 different birds drifting about on the hot air.
Three Sprawks and a single Kestrel over the dunes too, and most pleasing of all, a fine Red Kite that appeared to come in from the west over the bay to circle above the Alt Estuary at about 3.40pm, putting the fear of God up gulls and waders, before drifting off south.
Plenty of hirundines along the coast too today, with a scattering of Wheatears, and the moulty adult Med Gull still in the roost off Albert Road.
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies...