I wasn't exactly ecstatic about having to spend a 4th consecutive day at North Cave Wetlands. I prefer to visit a completely different location every day. However, any such thoughts were soon wiped out when I managed to spot a strange Wagtail through the mist. This was the first ever session for several participants and a return class after an absence of several years for some, so it couldn't have happened at a better time. There were also some standard UK flava Wagtails and Meadow Pipits around, a few Swallows and more Sand Martins. I don't think we quite managed 53 species, but we did see a lot more than we would have at the originally planned location.
Record Shot of Channel Wagtail