31st - Went down the Cuckmere hoping the appalling conditions had dropped a Terek or something similar. A few Waders were scattered but nothing mega. The surprise was seeing the same Spoonbill again on the scrape, this time being very flighty when on occasions it flew up and out to sea before returning again several times. Maybe the Cuckmere isn't its' favourite destination and understandably so.
Totals for today:
Spoonbill - 1 immature again
Sanderling - 7
Ringed Plover - 7
Dunlin - 2
Reed Warbler - 1 singing male still
summer-plumaged Sanderling in the Cuckmere
Ringed Plover in the Cuckmere
surprised to find this Spoonbill after its 3-day absence
Common Sandpiper in the Cuckmere - no reduced wingbar there!!
male Linnet in Hope Gap