I think it was two Octobers ago that there was a short spell of freakishly warm weather, and one of the things I did during it was go to Rye Harbour nature reserve. However, on that occasion I think I saw lots more wildlife than I did yesterday, not that it wasn't very nice to visit the place again on such a pleasant day.
We didn't go into the west-facing hide opposite, but instead headed for the beach. The tide was in and only a thin strip of sand was available to waders, which is probably why there weren't any waders. Gulls drifted past offshore and Cormorants flapped purposefully overhead, but nothing more exotic/interesting made an appearance. We walked on towards the inland-bound path at the river mouth.
Lots of Starlings were assembling on the same tall mast where I photographed them two years ago. I decided to go over for even more photos.