Nearly a week has passed and I can't think of anything that has happened worthy of mention, although another Ringed Plover was nice on the 16th.
Then the heavy rain on Wednesday brought a quick and significant rise of the water levels, here is the SW corner at the start of the rain
A Lapwing same morning
An immature Herring Gull making a Coot very nervous
Yesterday a pair of Linnet suddenly flew up from in front of the hide, hadn't seen or heard them before that moment. These marked the 96th species for May = 1st with 2012 and 2016, without Kestrel, Coal Tit, Willow Warbler (less likely), Dunlin and we've got ages to find something more yet.