Even down at the low tide mark, birds are streaming through, the mix much as before with thousands of hirundines, hundreds of Siskins and Meadow Pipits and a supporting cast of Tree Pipits, Pied & Grey Wagtails, Goldfinches & Linnets. Following this mobile restaurant was a Merlin and 2 Peregrines were sitting on the cliffs.
2 Kingfishers were busily splashing into the RM Canal by Toot Rock: four turquoise dots as their reflections followed them back and forth. A passing Turtle Dove was a surprise - so rare now on migration.
About 100 Siskins were resting at the Marsham reedbed, among the many tits. warblers and Goldcrests.
Later in the day, I saw a Sparrowhawk and a couple of buzzards moving through high against the clouds. They looked like Common Buzzards but were a long way up.