Our initial impression was that there were not many migrants about, but managed to pull a Yellow Wagtail out of the hat as it flew from the pool and headed away, initially over the flash field, before veering away to the east.
The water level in both flashes looked ideal, and once again there were plenty of waders; three Lapwings, 10 Green Sandpipers, and 17 Snipe as well as 14 Teal and several Pied Wagtails. More significantly for us was the presence of an adult Ringed Plover.
The rest of the visit was a bit quiet. Insects were few; a Speckled Wood, a Small Heath, one or two "whites", a few Ruddy darters and hawkers, and a single Dark Bush Cricket.