From this hide there's a great view of a pylon, with a Kestrel nestbox on it. We saw the female Kestrel arrive with prey, and then noticed the male was sitting in a nearby dead tree. Graham said that this tree could be seen much better from part of the boardwalk, so we left the hide and hurried off that way to have a look.
ETA - I nearly forgot about this one - weird insect found inside one of the hides. I think it is a moth-fly (also known as 'owl-midge'), family Psychodidae. Anyone able to shed any more light? It was very small and I didn't have the macro lens, so it's a pretty rubbish photo.