-a Greenshank from the first hide I entered
-Clear views of 2 marsh harriers
-Gadwall from the next hide
-Male and female Bearded tits 'gritting' from trays put out for them. Excellent
-a handful of Marsh tits around the reserve. Some really close views
-2 Snipe close to the hide, surprisingly exposed, very nice
-Peregrine that dived a few waders but was unsuccessful
-Song Thrush, the first I've seen for quite a while which is a little worrying, population counts aren't looking as sharp as they used to
-First flocks of Fieldfare for this winter
Objective A and objective B of footage I was after capturing both unfortunately hit the dirt. The wind kicked up during the evening I was to try filming the starling roost so blowing the starlings away with it and shots of Bearded tits, objective B, would have basically been a bird on a tray, riveting stuff or what...
No images I'm afraid but I've been meaning to post this image at some point...