Well I don't mind posting record shots, they have a purpose of sorts. But I will be the first to say I'd rather a decent image. One thing I noted about yesterday's Marsh Harrier was the direction it flew off, westerly. Which given the time of year really should've been at least east or north. It also disappeared to my favourite site "the reed bed" a site I've been gagging for a Marsh Harrier to show up at, it's a ripe habitat for one. Further talk (tweet) with our county recorder and local birder Kim sparked a gut feeling. So off I went.