Not good for insects then. We did see an immature Roesel's Bush Cricket, but other than that just a handful of butterflies and damselflies.
As for birds, the Green Sandpipers were back, four being logged. The highlight, if it can be called that, was a Shelduck on the nearest flash.
We need a lot of rain. Preferably on days we are not birding.
PS I almost forgot. On the drive along the track, a Weasel ran across the road behind Dave's car, but in front of mine. I have seen Stoat here before, but I think Weasel is a first.