|Plenty of juvenile Starling at Oare|
|One of two Spotted Redshank|
|Little Stint is a regular sighting at Oare Marshes|
Numerous Yellow Wagtail, mainly juveniles, migrated around the sea wall, while skywards, a Marsh Harrier hawked the west side of the reserve during the morning and later a Peregrine headed off to the neighbouring pylons to feed on a recently caught prey
|The Bonaparte's Gull made an appearance in the afternoon|
This gull is now a regular summer visitor to the site, this being the fourth year in succession it has appeared at Oare. Where it goes during the winter is anyone's guess, but unlike many American vagrants, all being well this bird will return to Oare next summer.
|A Glossy Ibis was a welcome addition to the day's list|