Stilts are apparently still at Old Hall, c500 yards east of the north east corner of the "short walk". So here ish, I guess.
Was kinda surprised they were still there yesterday - very surprised they're there today.
This morning, the Stilts were in the location that James indicated, but became mobile in the afternoon - giving a few folk the run-around.
Love is certainly in the air at Old Hall Marshes, with a pair of Garganey there, both looking quite inseparable.
At high tide, a dozen or so Whimbrel were together in a field south of the Bale Field. And, quite a few (ten or more?) Spotted Redshank could be seen around the reserve. Lesser Whitethroat were vocal in bushes near to the car park.
Quite the place to be today!