I managed to get in an early walk on a gloriously sunny and warm day on our last full day in Suffolk.
I was really hoping to get a photo of a male bearded tit but the only small bird I could see in the reeds was a reed bunting (the first this week).
I then had quite good views of a kestrel which was often mobbed by small birds.
On the beach there were lots of ringed plover which were very difficult to pick out amongst the pebbles, but wonderful to see in flight.
There were redshank too.
On the pools, as well as the ringed plover, there were dunlin and the first grey plovers of the week.
And then right at the end a bearded tit (but not unfortunately a male).
Click below for gallery of this morning’s photos.