Let's hope not, as there was another reported sighting of a bittern today flying from the Public hide! And at the Lower hide late this morning a visitor caught a sight of not one but two ospreys.
The marsh harriers were out enjoying the warm weather, with three juveniles seen at the Lilian's hide, and the deer were also sunning themselves - three were seen out at the Lower hide.
There were good numbers of waders at the Eric Morecambe and Allen pools, including four juvenile little ringed plovers, 21 little egrets and two spotted redshanks. A juvenile cuckoo was also seen and heard at the saltmarshes too.
If you or your family have ever considered joining the RSPB but have not yet got round to doing so, why not come to our Membership Taster tomorrow and find out more about the RSPB and how you can make a difference by supporting our work to help nature. This free event includes a short illustrated talk and a guided walk.