After I dropped off family at Stanstead Airport Saturday morning, I made my way up the motorway to Lakenheath RSPB again for a mornings birding. It certainly didn't feel like June as the temperature was well down for the time of year and the grey sky made it very unlike summer. However, the birds thought differently as a pair of Marsh Harriers made a food pass and some final touches to their nest. Booming Bitterns and Cuckoo were always heard while I made the walk around the reserve. A Grasshopper Warbler was reeling too and I had a few flight views of Bearded Tit. A nice morniing!