Having only heard the Dusky Warbler twice last night I wanted to see if it was still around this morning so I duly arrived on site at 7.30am where I spent 30 minutes listening in the area. Again thick fog did not allow for any type of viewing but birds could be heard calling overhead. Despite walking the area I failed to hear the Warbler so assumed it may have moved on in the night. Birds I did note however were 30 Fieldfare, 2 Brambling, 1 Kingfisher, 1 Chiffchaff, 1 Grey Heron, a few Redwing, Song Thrush and Blackbird flying around and 1 Black Redstart near the brick building. A call from Chidders this afternoon to see If I was going to Reculver tempted me back out after work and I arrived at the towers where along with Chidders, Adam and I walked on down to Coldharbour in quite dense fog. Birds we noted were 1 Turnstone, 3 Wheatear, 38 Oystercatcher, 64 Brent Geese, 5 Goldcrest, 2 Grey Wagtail and 1 Lapland Bunting showed well again on the mound at Coldharbour. A few more shots were taken but if only the fog would go and the sun would shine I could do the bird justice. Other bits were 20 Fieldfare, 6 Sanderling, 2 Curlew, 1 Snow Bunting, 15 Meadow Pipit, 10 Robin and 1 male Black Redstart back near the towers on the rocks. It seems that tomorrow the fog may go and there may be some sunshine in the afternoon. Guess where I might be going and photographing?