A large brown bird rose from the water, up on off NW and through the bins, a Marsh Harrier that chose to loop back and sit up for five minutes, before rising again and a short 'hop' into the reedbed with a small, dark prey item in its talons.
Belter - and on top of four pairs on Tufties, three drake Pochard, two Mallard drakes, a Little Grebe and a Coot plus wee one (pleased this wasn't the Harrier bait!).
And for those who like a competition, two of the better digiscoped images from well over 120 metres away. I am having some 1 2 1 tuition on 4th July so things can only get better!