The Friday group seems to be on a bit of a roll. Last week they saw their very first Montagu's Harrier and Grasshopper Warbler, and yesterday they enjoyed straining their eyes through the "sea fret" to make out the Red-necked Phalarope! We did see the Little Tern colony, recently-hatched Avocet chicks, Skylarks, Linnets, and Mistle Thrushes, but there's no doubt the highlight was the Red-necked Phalarope. This is a female Phalarope, so in contradiction to most other species, she is far brighter than the male, who brings up the young on his own.
Female Red-necked Phalarope and Interloper
Red-necked Phalarope and drake Interloper
Female Wall [Brown]