With a recent run of west and south west winds, things have gone a little quieter on the east Coast. I took this opportunity to catch up with the juvenile red necked grebe at North Cave.
It was showing well as soon as I got into turret hide and the early morning sun made for some nice light.
After that it was on to Spurn, a quick look in canal scrape hide gave views of a purple sandpiper some juvenile yellow wagtails, a water rail and a single reed warbler.
Then on to the point quite a few common birds about just a brambling of note and then back up to the canal.
I had a look in the churchyard and crown car park but not much doing.
need some easterlies.