At the end of Toft Bank, I stopped to try and get some images of the Dabchicks and young. I failed as they refused to come out of the reeds! However, I briefly spotted a wader and reeled off some images as a fishing boat was baring down intent on getting as close to this area as possible! The bird was flushed and flew into Toft and I could not relocate it. Initially unsure of what it was, not getting a side view and noticing a white rump with barring of tail. It was a Wood Sandpiper and observed for less than a minute!
Below Farborough Bank, activity was intense with many small birds flitting in and out of the hedgerow. One caught my eye, perched high on the branches, but very mobile - a Whinchat!