More local birding as county lockdowns restarted meant more local patch birding for many. The weather was fairly settled until the last week which brought the remnants of storms Epsilon and Zeta from the west.
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Lesser rarities included very good numbers of Buff-breasted Sandpipers and Glossy Ibis, including a flock of seven together.