Jack snipe (common pictured above), firecrests, bar-tailed godwits, turnstone and water pipits all feature in the latest reserve blog. At least two firecrests have been seen today, along with a treecreeper (which is far rarer here!).
Also, can I just mention the opportunity we have for a volunteer internship as a Learning Assistant, working with some of the thousands of schoolchildren who visit the reserve each summer. More details on the RSPB website.