A few birds were in evidence with the Peregrine (immature) greeting observers south of Middle on the way on (see right). And juvenile Meadow Pipits and Linnets recently fledged around the island showing summer is well and truly here (if the lack of migrants didn't make that obvious to observers!).
Very few Swallows except for the pair apparently attempting to breed, although a small number of Swifts went by. A Mute Swan flew east along the north shore tideline (left).
An afternoon/early evening visit produced another sighting of the Red-veined Darter first seen yesterday.
(DB,CJ,DNW,SRW,TGW+PSW)  Photos CJ and SRW