A male Cuckoo was again in the vicinity of the fields and hedgerows below the old bird log. It was certainly the same bird as yesterday with feathering absent from its forehead.
The River Weaver was full of low flying Common Swift and a few House Martin and Swallow. The usual Tufted Duck were present with large bunches of male Common Shelduck in aerial combats with each other.
The male Marsh Harrier was over on No.6 tank while the Greenland Wheatear was still present on the pipes across No.1 tank.
Observers: Paul Crawley, Frank Duff, Sparky, WSM (and images).