After what appears to be a mini invasion of firecrests to the UK (101 at Dungeness in Kent yesterday), favourable winds at the right time of year meant that one or two at Spurn was almost inevitable.

I only had a very limited time today so I was pleased with these shots.

Initially it showed well then disappeared with the goldcrests it was with, then I re-found it showing very well but had no time left.

Still a good start to the Spring migrant season at Spurn and some favourable winds during the week might see more stuff at the weekend.