Lots of Cetti's and Sedge Warblers everywhere, as well as Linnets and Meadow Pipits. Almost the first dyke held a pair of Garganey: hard to photograph against the morning sun, but always a pleasure to watch with binoculars. On the other side of the path a couple of Ruff, seven Avocets and a few Redshank fed along the pool margins, while two distant Yellow Wagtails tried to look like dandelions! A White Wagtail was more co-operative near the strangely-positioned hide, while a Typhhon and an F-15 practised for WW3 above the Cantley Factory.
Returning via Pedham, a Buzzard wasn't unexpected, but a pair of Marsh Harriers (with a well-marked male) was: especially as they displayed above a cereal field like they do in France!