On the 29th October:
A visit to Chew Valley Lake where there were lots of duck, c30 Snipe, 4 Green Sandpipers and 2 Spotted Redshank.
A visit to Chew Valley Lake where there was a White-rumped Sandpiper, a Green Sandpiper, c30 Dunlin, 3 Little Stints, a Ruff, c20 Snipe and 2 Spotted Redshank.
In North Carolina on a BBC sound recording trip, no new birds seen today.
In Kenya on a BBC sound recording trip, 20 new birds and 10 new mammals seen today.
On a windy St. Mary's seeing a Black Redstart before getting the boat to St. Martins where the shrike had disappeared, but we did see the Pallas's Warbler again and a Merlin. Back on St. Mary's there was a Turtle Dove at Old Town.
A visit to Sand Bay, where in the trees around Sand Point Car Park there was a Yellow-browed Warbler.
A trip to Sand Bay, where at the top of the beach was a Hoopoe, also seen was a Little Egret, a Buzzard, a Kestrel and a Peregrine.
Another attempt to see the White-tailed Eagle on the Mendips, although seen at dawn, by the time I arrived it had disappeared! I continued to Cheddar Reservoir to see the Lesser Yellowlegs again and also the 2 Great White Egrets.
Slimbridge: South Lake, Black-tailed Godwits, Ruff and Knot. One Bewick's Swan in flight over tack piece.