On a falling tide this morning, good numbers of waders were feeding on the exposed mud and sand opposite the Breakwater hide. There were around 550 dunlin with a few ringed plovers, 3 little stints and 4 curlew sandpipers. Further out was a group of 17 knot and 5 bar-tailed godwit. Other odds and ends included a few wigeon, a wheatear, whitethroat and small flocks of linnets and meadow pipits.
That sounds really good.Didn't seee any of these on my visit in August. I was at Leighton Moss Saturday 10th September and of these only saw wigeon from a long list.