By Thursday of this week the rain had finally abated, and I took the chance to get down to the fields to see what was about. A mixed flock of waders was very interesting, with at least 16 Long-toed Stint and 3 Red-necked Stint, along with the more common Wood Sandpipers and Common Sandpipers.
Not much else of note.
On Friday one of the Red-necked Stints was still present, along with most of the Long-toed Stints. 22 Pacific Golden Plovers were also in the fields close to the main buildings, the first record this autumn.