DRAPER lagoonDunlin - a single individual that was quite hard to spot right at the back on front of the reed bed
GADWALL - L1Lapwing - nearly 400 birds in the morning but very nervous, flying up for no apparent reasonShelduck - 2Pintail - 1 male - only seen in the morning by other observers
TERN - L2Common Gull - 2 among the Black-headed Gulls
KINGFISHERKingfisher - female was seen from about 1500 onwards. She caught a large fish, beat it to death then swallowed it.
AT DUSK - during the closing walkFieldfare - c.12 along the path between the Draper lagoon and L2Magpie - c. 30 getting ready to go to roost at the back of the Draper lagoon
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