There were several Wheatears seen one male briefly on the concrete block before it was scared off by the inevitable dog, it took sanctuary together with 2 other Wheatears, so there were 3 Wheatear (2 male and 1 female) within the compound of the newly named Caravan site.
A couple called me back and I identified the Turnstones about 12 seen on the seaweed encrusted rocks of the old seawall and amongst them were 3 Purple sandpiper. The Iceland Gull stood and then sat on one of the posts of the groyne which I pointed out.
A look around Corton revealed 3 Wheatear within the old Sewage works (2 male, 1 female) and 4 Wheatear (3 male and 1 female) on the ploghed field just east of there.
Whilst looking north, around 40 Sand Martin flew in the sky, several prospecting for nests by the cliff, up to 6 Swallows seen too.