Evening folks! A gap in the rain today meant the final touches could be made to the Wader Scrape hide roof.Thankfully, repairs are complete and the hide is snug (and watertight) once again.
Meanwhile, and best seen from the Family Hide, the recent third year Caspian gull was back again.
Here's what else was seen...
As you can see above, it was another good mix of sightings and especially so for that little stint at Adwick Washland. If you’ve never been to Adwick, the helpful folks in the Visitor Centre at Old Moor can provide directions to the car park on Harlington Road.
By the way, if you are planning a trip to Adwick at the moment, be aware that the site has had a lot of rain recently and wellies might be advisable.
So, to finish this blog entry, here’s the bird in question as photographed by Gary Stones. Thanks Gary.
Little stint today at Adwick
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