Out with DW.
Bird of the day was the smart Black Brant with a flock of 175 Dark-bellied Brents.
On the humber: A Red-throated Diver and 2 Common Scoter south.
Bird of prey highlights: Hen Harrier, 3 Common Buzzard, 3 Peregrine, Merlin, Short-eared Owl and Barn Owl.
In the bushes: 3 Chiffchaff
Other highlights: 96 Golden Plover, Common Snipe, 9 Grey Partridge, Fieldfare, 5 alba wagtail NW, 15 Linnet NW and a pair of Bullfinch.
Other wildlife: Common Porpoise and the bizarre sight of a Field Vole scurrying along the tide edge.
No patch year ticks today. Black Brant isn't classed as a separate species from Brent Goose - well, not yet anyway.
Tetney isn't Tetney without a Black Brant making an annual appearance
Field Vole with a death wish - we managed to usher it back to the safety of vegetation