Around midday 20 Cattle Egrets were split between Penhill Marsh and the sheep/cattle fields on the inland side of the Tarka Trail, a Great Egret was in the field just West of Saltpill Pond, a Spoonbill was roosting on Isley Marsh, and two Ibises were in Fremington Creek, one of them flying off giving a throaty “grrrcch” call much harsher than the “grrru” in Collins, more like a belch. Also present were 25+ Brent Geese, and, in the thorn trees, a small group of Redwings giving a subdued, sweet “subsong” which I have rarely heard before.