A very quick trip to Cresswell this morning revealed very little - in fact the trip was barely worth the effort - the northern scrape was wader-less, with one grey heron was teasing its way around the causeway.
On the sea there was a steady movement of gannet north, with a few kittiwake too.
Stark contrast to 10th July 2005 - a day which saw me (and Tom) head south-west to Cemlyn Bays star attraction - sooty tern! An incredible bird in a beautiful part of the world. Had hoped to post a retro picture here - but a review of my images swayed my decision not to post - we experienced a terrible heat haze four years ago!