|St Mark's Fly|
|Spider of some kind|
|Common Carder Bee|
|Pill Woodlouse rolled into a ball|
At Reception Hide, the black-headed gulls are back in numbers again with many of them on or above the broad. I also saw a sparrowhawk, a kingfisher making a quick flyby, a pochard, coots, moorhens and several greylags. The jack snipe appears to have finally left for it's breeding grounds in Arctic Russia. I am going to miss it's constant bobbing in front of the hide for which it had entertained many visitors throughout March.