Nice start to March this morning - my first trip this month anyway. A couple of Grey Wags flew past separately, probably off to breeding territory, and some Wigeon still loitered in the harbour. A few waders around that won't be here much longer.
On a botanical note I saw my first Herb Robert flower of the year there too.
Just looked on Birdtrack to find that the Goldcrest I saw this morning was also the first of the year. Seems like I must have seen one before now, but it's on now at least. Further to that, Wigeon, Goldcrest and Grey Wag were all additions to the site's March species list, lifting it to 77.