Stand-out bird today was a first-winter Little Gull, feeding for a while 'mid-river' off Mudbank at around 1115. I willed it to come closer but it pushed off upriver and I didn't see it again. I struggle to see Little Gull in Exmouth these days so I'm hoping this one will hang around. Also off there - 25 Great Crested Grebes in one stretched-out flock, 8 Red-breasted Mergansers, singles of Bar-tailed Godwit and Greenshank and, of course, the Spoonbill. Otherwise of note - at least 9 Redwings and a Mistle Thrush coming to Catoneaster berries at the end of our road, and a male Stonechat down at the Imperial recreation ground - not a place I recall seeing one before.
Did virtually no birding yesterday but 1 Lapwing and 3 Snipe were noted in the top fields on Orcombe.