|Mute Swan family at Brooklands Park|
|Coot family at Brooklands Park|
At Widewater Lagoon the long-staying Whimbrel was still showing well and I heard a Dunlin. Two Little Egrets and two Mute Swans - including a 2cy - were also seen.
|Whimbrel at Widewater Lagoon|
The lower Adur Estuary offered five Whimbrel, 12 Turnstones, six Oystercatchers, two Lesser Black-backed Gulls, a Skylark and a Whitethroat.
|Whimbrel on the Adur Estuary|
Along the stretch of the Adur between the A27 bridge and Botolphs I logged five Swifts, nnother Whimbrel, two Lesser Whitethroats, three Sedge Warblers, a Reed Warbler, three House Martins, 11 Whitethroats, a Reed Bunting, two Grey Herons, 11 Mallards, a Canada Goose, two Little Egrets, two Buzzards, six Swallows, three House Martins and six Skylarks.
|Whimbrel on the upper Adur|
At Upper Beeding I heard a Cuckoo by the flood relief pool, where there were nine Greylags (four of which were young goslings), two Canada Geese, two Moorhens, a Mute Swan and three Mallards. A House Martin and a Kestrel were over the meadow on the south side of the village, where there was a singing Reed Bunting.