The Olive-backed Pipit was still feeding inconspicuously in the leaf litter below the two oak trees either side of the road through Phear Park, 100m up from from the entrance. It was feeding actively most of the time, taking some of the many tiny flies roosting on the tips of the grass leaves (presumably immobile because of the low temperature).

A quick look on the estuary at Mudbank revealed 2 Gadwall, Common Sandpiper and Chiffchaff, plus 130 Carrion Crows and 2 Ravens on the sandbanks.