1828 individuals of 20 species, highlights being Common sandpiper, 8 Egyption geese, 13 Little Grebe and large numbers of Canada Geese (402), Greylags (164) and Coot (804). Biggest Coot count since January 2009.
During a walk round the cress beds this morning I was pleased to see a couple of Goldcrests, a Kingfisher and a Migrant Hawker.
The BEST picnic (indoors) in the evening with a couple of moth traps deployed together with my trail camera so we will see what we have caught. I am not too hopeful with the wind, cold temperatures and a near full moon.