At Far Pasture the drake Pochard was back on the pond and the usual tits were around the car park.
I spent 40 mins staring into a Tynemouth garden before the 'eastern' Lesser Whitethroat appeared at the back of the garden. It showed well feeding on a fat feeder, but was frequently spooked by tits and Blackbirds.
The Glossy Ibis was showing well only a few yards from the road at Lynemouth. No sign of the Green-winged Teal at Druridge, but now three Pintail.
East Chevington held a Slavonian Grebe and a Common Scoter, but no sign of yesterday's Bearded Tit.