What a rare treat we had this morning, the weather was fine and sunny and the visibility was superb.
So got out early and took a drive down to Marazion to have a walk around the marsh, not to much in the way of rarities reported in the area the last couple of days but it was just good to be out.
So out in the bay were a couple of distant Great Northern Divers one in Summer Plumage, and a raft of 21 Common Scoter.
Walked right around the marsh area as far as the railway lines, and with the exception of a very brief view of a Firecrest everything else was common stuff.
So had to settle for a few common species as camera food, but I don't mind as I enjoy the normal birds just as much as rarities.