News of a Spoonbill at Titchwell got me out. As soon as I could see the Fresh Marsh the distant white blob of the Spoonbill was noted. Good, but obscurred views were had from the Parrinder Hide as it occasionally woke from its slumber to preen. Nothing was seen on or over the sea, although the winds were still quite strong from the WNW. As the winds died down my first Sand Martin of the year flew west. There were plenty of Black-tailed Godwits and Avocets and 4+ Snipe were showing well.
A Corn Bunting was with Yellowhammers at Chosely