A single Spoonbill on the Tamar this p.m. Best viewed from the back of Ernesettle sewage works.
Also here were thirty Avocets, forty one Teal, twenty four Wigeon and thirty six Dunlin.
Nearby at Tamerton Creek a Spotted Redshank was seen in flight.
Not much on the Plym at low tide this morning; the two Coot are still here but the Gadwall are down to one pair. The only other birds of note were two pair of Teal and three Snipe.