The hope was that there might be some more water in the flash pools and main pool resulting in some new and exciting wader turning up. Well one out of two isn't bad, the flashes now both contain water.
There were some encouraging signs, such as five Green Sandpipers, and an adult Little Ringed Plover. We flushed an adult Little Egret from the main pool, while the hedgerow margins hosted plenty of young Common and Lesser Whitethroats.
|Small Red-eyed Damselfly|
|A coupled pair of Common Darters|
|Lesser Marsh Grasshopper|
PS: Thanks to Bjorn Bechmann for correcting my Grasshopper identification on records.