Of note were 20+ newly-returned Shelducks, 250+Teal, 150+ Wigeon, 3 Cattle Egrets, 2 Common and 1 Green Sandpipers, 6 Ringed Plovers, 12+ Greenshanks, 2 Marsh Harriers, the usual Kestrel (being robbed of its prey by a Crow), 10+ House Martins, 20+ Swallows (all of both heading North!), 400+ Starlings, 4 Cettis (one still singing) and 3 Blackcaps.

Back in Exeter, a Black-tailed Godwit was in the pan of the Trews Weir flood channel, a less-than-one-in-ten-year occurrence.