After seeing 4 Godwits on the scrape, I headed down the east bank of the Caen, hoping again for an Osprey. Very little else at high tide. Today’s disturbance was provided by the RNLI when two 2-man rib inflatables headed up the Caen from the main estuary, tooled into Horsey through the breach, made a brief foray towards Braunton then headed out to the main river again… The flock of small waders was roosting just inside the breach on the South side – 40 or so Dunlin, 4/5 Ringed Plover, a probable Knot and a possible Curlew Sandpiper. Little Owl showed again. Kestrel on the Osprey platform briefly! 4 noisy Ravens went over heading east then turned SW. Common Sandpiper in Velator Harbour. Of course the others saw the Osprey not long after I left…