|calling Greylag, presumably looking for its mate|
|second pass of the power station, it was flying around the Shoreham area calling continually for at least three hours|
|photogenic Turnstone, hard to resist on a quiet morning|
|glad I'm a vegetarian|
|female Wheatear just arrived on Shoreham Harbour west arm|
|first photographed at 06:59, I wonder what time it left the French coast? As the nearest point, just north of La Havre, is 80 miles away it must have been before it got light.|
|even females are rather special, more so when they have just arrived|
|a male Wheatear on Shoreham Fort|
Thursday 2nd. Just 50 Herring Gulls on the Adur at low tide.
Wednesday 1st. Regular local Herring Gull A4AH was seen at Sussex University while I was unlocking my bike.