Got there at 9.30AM to find the weather was so good I was able to set off in full summer gear. Decided to head for the inlet being vary careful to avoid the spot where on Wednesday I bounced the camera on the tarmac footpath.Didn't see much till I got to the picnic area just past the sailing club where there was a mixed flock feeding in the trees including this (I think) juvenile Chiffchaff.
I didn't see anything of note then till I'd nearly reached Rainbow Corner where I spotted one of the Greenshanks.A little later on when I got to the inlet it had flown down and joined two of his mates.
I then had the "spot of the day" and managed to get a shot.It was of that Warwickshire birding legend Bob Duckhouse in a typical smooth,sophisticated and cool pose.
On the way back I saw a couple of Common Sandpipers and some Ringed/Little Ringed Plovers and this what I hope is a Yellow Legged Gull.
The best fun was when we found four Yellow Wagtails catching flies from the sailing Club roof.Will put any shots on the next post when I have processed them.