With a free hour-and-a-half I braved the bank holiday crowds at Whitlingham in the hope of catching up with an Arctic Tern. There had been a reasonable passage of Arctic Terns throughout the country, although few from Norfolk (perhaps migrating straight over?). Either way, I didn't see any terns. The Goosander was still present, showing better than on Friday and also extending my latest record date by another three days. There were no new arrivals, and the only Sedge Warbler heard was across the river at Thorpe. On my way back along Whitlingham Lane the Red Kite flew up above the trees being mobbed by corvids. This was my third sighting of this bird, all along Whitlingham Lane, and it's still exciting to be able to see a kite so close to Norwich.