Today I popped in at Moorland Point along the coast near Devonport which is said to be good for shore birds. There was not a great variety to be seen, however, I did get good views of a flock of Ruddy Turnstones (at least 19) and some Fairy Terns (3). In the field opposite there was a pair of White-fronted Chats. A Swamp Harrier flew by being mobbed by the local lapwings and a skylark sang incesantly overhead.
The photographs could have been better but the sun was at a bad angle; at least that's my excuse.