Another quick rummage round the rubble in the Sandplant compound this evening, but fairly uneventful.
Mipits, Goldfinch, Swallows and a Blackcap in the scrub, and Wall butterflies.
Everywhere I looked today there seemed to be Wall butterflies on the coast today - they were certainly the commonest species on the Green Beach during a guided walk I did at work (gallery on the Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership Scheme here).
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Fresh Migrant Hawkers near Sands Lake were good, a dead Peregrine on the tideline on the Green Beach was not.
Back at Marshside and at least 17 Ruff were with the Little Egret, Snipe and Blackwits on Polly's Pool.
Weird partially albino Blackwit there, but I couldn't get a shot through the long grass.
More Ruff with the Blackwits on the splash across the road too.
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies...