If yesterday's water level in Flommen was deep (52 cm) then this morning's water level was just plain ridiculous (68 cm!). Needless to say, there was no ringing in the reedbed again this morning (and there probably won't be for the rest of the season now). Not surprisingly, all this water is starting to spill out the other end. Here's the view from the lighthouse of what used to be Falsterbo golf course:
Ringing totals were similar to yesterday's with 1,492 birds ringed but with fewer Robins (45 vs. 336) and a higher proportion of Blue Tits (1,219 vs. 909).
I was on Blue Tit ringing duty again, though did pause briefly to take a quick photo of the Kestrel:
And one of the Sparrowhawks:
Field sighting highlight was a flock of Common Cranes that passed over — part of an exceptionally large movement of several thousand birds that passed through the area today.