At Falsterbohus I found a Firecrest; a bright bird with a well marked supercillium, so probably a male. It was calling a lot but only showed itself once before the crest flock disappeared into gardens. From Falsterbohus I walked up along the entire length of the Love Path. Common Chiffchaffs were singing along the entire length as well as one or two Willow Warblers, and this Common Treecreeper gave good views.
Plenty of Avocets on the harbour road pools and the Red-necked Grebe still there. Three Little Terns were my first this year; also nice views of some common species.
There was also a pair of Common Eider on the pool north of the road.
And a male Wheatear a bit further along.
It was there half a second before I pressed the shutter...
In "the field where we always check for Ring Ouzel but there's never any Ring Ouzels" there were... no Ring Ouzels.
Back at the station, I found this Queen of Spain Fritillary — a new butterfly for me.