Yesterday evening we decided to go and see if we could find the Shore Lark at Chevington, after it had been re-found just after we got home. Once we reached the burn mouth I searched north, and my Dad searched the beach to the south. Eventually the Shore Lark flew past me and landed on the beach to the south. I waved my Dad over and the bird continued to give us some great views just north of the burn mouth. There was just enough light left to get a few record shots.
At Beacon Hill afterwards we saw the ISS again, a Tawny Owl flew in front of the car and a few Common Pipistrelles and a Noctule were heard over the bat detector.