The answer is at the end of this post!
Bird wise, not a lot of change! Marsh Harriers gave distant views, a Blackcap showed at the start of the East Bank path, a Water Rail flew up out of the reeds near Bishops Hide, Cettis Warbler and Bearded Tits were as elusive as ever. The sea held Red Throated Diver, Guillemot, Arctic Skua and Great Crested Grebe. Several Wheatear were in Eye Field.
Answer to the "sea beast" poser..............
The seals remained in the sea. Unfortunately, the women got out of the water, stripped off their costumes, standing full frontal naked on the beach, in full view of the birders sea watching at the end of East Bank! Traumatised or what?!!!