However, when we arrived the tide was only just falling and very little mud was revealed, so we could have done with being there at least half an hour later. So, this blog post will be very short. In fact the above waffle will be longer than the bit out the birds!
Waders on a small area of exposed mud
On the exposed mud we had 138 Redshanks, ten Dunlin, five Shelducks, seven Oystercatchers and a Curlew. Seven Teal flew in, and that was it. Like I said short and sweet!
Oh, and there was nothing in my trap this morning again!
I'm out surveying at least Mon - Wed this week, and probably Friday as well, so hopefully I will have something to report.