...but it was good to see the seal back in the harbour.
|A bit of a distant shot of the Seal...but unmistakable|
As there was no wind, sea watching was quite productive as the sea was smooth as a millpond with Great Crested and Slavonian Grebes, Red and Black Throated Divers, Scoters, Eiders and, in the harbour, the Goosanders had increased to five.
|Flight shot (female) Goosander|
The now regular Merlin showed well on the shingle bank for a while before making off northwards over the bungalows.
A Chiffchaff showed up briefly in the garden buddleia.
The Handfast Tug with Charlie Rock visited the quarry quay this morning, loaded up and is now heading our way from Falmouth....due Pagham Beach Wednesday midnight.