I spent the morning on Hayling Island and having seen little else but a few Chiffchaffs, the news of a juv Rosy Starling at Pennington was quite welcome and after some initial hesitance i decided to go. The Starling took a little bit of work to track down amongst the several hundred common Starling and after a brief view perched on brambles and a few flight views it was pined down feeding on the deck in amongst the throng.
However it was picked up again in flight and disappeared off west into the distance mid afternoon.
It was good to once again connect with the Semi-palmated Sandpiper which was still showing well on the Jetty Lagoon, Pennington Marshes.
So not a bad day at all!