One hours watching produced very little with the usual species present and very few fly overs in the strong wind. A single Goosander flew >N very distant making me think of a diver till I got the scope on it whilst 4 separate Herring gulls flew low over the west side of the water also heading >N.
On the way back I found all the activity around Nolstar confined to one field as noticed by DJS this morning with around 15 Skylark but probably more as they were flitting around in the hollows right at the back of the field. Also present were 15 Lapwing , 2 Golden Plover, 3 Pied Wagtail, 1 Grey Wagtail and 4 Redshank, a field to keep an eye on.
Have a good Easter Sunday and go steady on those eggs. Hopefully I,ll be looking for an Easter special at Fly Flatts in the morning.