Despite the fog in the mornings it hasn't been too bad at Wilstone.
The juvenile GREATER SCAUP has been in the inlet by the hide the past two mornings. There are still good numbers of European Golden Plover on the spit and about 40 Pied Wagtails and 40 Meadow Pipits on the various mud banks. A single Siskin was by the hide yesterday.
Yesterday four Chinese Water Deer were on the mud to the right of the hide and there was a Red Fox this morning.
The water level has risen slightly as the lower water level post now has water around its base (Roy Hargreaves).