The undoubted highlight was the majestic male Hen Harrier that moved low along the marsh as viewed from the ridge that spreads out onto The Wash. It exuded pure class as it made slow but purposeful progress to the south.
The fields were a chorus of yapping Dark-bellied Brent Goose, Wigeon, and Teal. The pools held a few smart drake Pintail.
A Merlin was zipping around causing havoc amongst the birds congregated on the flood.
The skies were alive with birds. Clouds of Golden Plover and Lapwing, a good selection of waders that included four wintering Spotted Redshank, and small groups of Ruff and Black-tailed Godwit.
A great way to end the year.