I was out again this morning but it was more or less a carbon copy of yesterday with perhaps less vis. I had full cloud cover with a 10 - 15 mph ESE wind. I did the same circuit as yesterday but it was very quiet.
Vis included 39 Meadow Pipits, 3 Alba Wagtails, two Skylarks, a Chaffinch and two Grey Wagtails. Grounded migrants were very thin on the ground and all I had were eleven Robins, a Meadow Pipit and two Chiffchaffs. I had a quick look on the Marine Lakes and there were 163 Turnstones roosting.
The forecast is very similar for tomorrow morning with moderate southeasterly winds and full cloud cover. I'll take a look though just in case!
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