I have noticed that throughout July there has been a steady rise of Herring and Lesser Black Backed gulls in the area around my home, culminating in a column of a mix of fifty six adults and juveniles of both species seen a short distance away towards the airfield.
The regular House Sparrow gang that visit every day for food that I put out has increased in numbers with a fair few juveniles with the adults. The flock is always interesting to watch and see the antics that they get up to whilst feeding.
Apart from that birding from my garden has been rather slow, but that's not surprising given the time of year.
Now that reverse migration is in flow, perhaps something unusual may turn up, fingers crossed.