At least someone's been busy in the ringing lab!
A Serin flew over the garden while yesterday's Icterine Warbler was still belting out Sandwich Tern impressions from the middle of bushes!
Why did the Newt cross the road?
I cycled north up the coast to Bøtø in the afternoon; birds seen on the way up included a good flock of 32 Black-throated Divers fishing close inshore, 2 Little Terns, 12 Common Crossbills (the first ones I've seen since the start of April) and locally much more significant, a pair of Stonechats feeding fledglings.
Bøtø itself was quieter with the breeding birds dominating including my first singing Reed Warblers of the spring, several squealing Water Rails, a few Lapwing chicks scuttling around trying to hide from the crows, plenty of ducklings and goslings waddling around and 4 Garganey.