Even though its mid-summer there's still a lot of movement. The Purple Herons appear to have gone but this juvenile has arrived.
Lots of Black-winged Stilts about, a single Glossy Ibis, about 20 newly arrived Green Sandpipers, Night Herons seem to be increasing with 25-30 now, Squacco Herons by the dozen (many in full breeding plumage),
Little and Cattle Egrets,
a single Grey Heron, ditto Marsh Harrier and Buzzard, several Roller, Barn and Little Owls (very well camouflaged),
Bee-eaters all over the place,
and Clamorous Reed and Cetti's Warbler (below) newly fledged birds are feeding openly.