This afternoon Jochen and I took the quad to the middle of the eastern spit in order to see if there was any post breeding wader migration taking place. A single Spoon Billed Sandpiper (photo above) was nice and always good to see and a small group of 10 Red nedcked Stints and a single Red necked Phalarope was also present. A pair of Emperor Goose flew through and 4 Arctic Skua's flew over over the tundra upon our return. Then we visited the spit to the west of the village where another 4 Red necked Stints were present (photo below). Apologies for the lack of content to the blog posts for yesterday and today but this is due to being busy.
Also please note: I am nearly there with catching up and replying to emails but hotmail seems to persist again with issues at present. I will reply as soon as connections allow.