Ringing this morning was much busier then yesterday but without the high-impact species. We did, however, catch a first for the lighthouse garden: a Great Reed Warbler. This species is regular in the reed bed at Flommen, so it's not that exciting on a wider scale, but still always a nice species to get in hand.
We also watched first-hand one of the dangers to the nesting waders, a hungry fox. We found two predated Oystercatcher nests and Peter's nest camera showed that at least one of them had been predated by a (the) fox.
Many thanks to Peter for letting us come along.