Since it was sunny I took a walk over to Moulton Quarry. I'd wanted to see if the Sandmartins had returned. They haven't so far, two fly over Sandmartins were a teaser. The quarry with the exception of common birds was very quiet. Just the one Snipe in Doug's pit. A couple of fly over Swallows and one Meadow Pipit. The fields surrounding the site are holding Skylarks so there was something for the ears to enjoy. Sadly could only find three Chiff-Chaff. Plenty of early common butterflies were flittering around and a total of five Buzzards on the thermals and one very high solitary Red Kite drifted towards the village of Pitsford. The male Kestrel was fleeting and distant. On the way back I stopped of at the ford (river crossing and not a Focus). The dense tree coverage means light was at a premium as was shutter speed. But managed a couple of Grey Wagtail shots, only 1/200th sec shutter speed so couldn't 'freeze' the bobbing tail. Which since there was a male and female in the Ford the tail was going at a rate of knots.