An early morning visit to the Levels yesterday was rather like my last two visits-no farmland birds to speak of. It seems that the Corn Buntings and Tree Sparrows have moved a couple of mles E to stubble fields N of Oakhill Fleet. Farmland Wader numbers were still also low, just 30 Lapwings and 5 Golden Plovers in the dry fields. As usual there were a couple of Buzzards, also as usual these days no Marsh Harriers, but a lone Raven and at least 150 Fieldfares rather saved the day. Just on the southern edge of the Levels, the Red Necked Grebe is still on the pit just W of Camber, like most birders, I've just driven past this in the past, but will now make a point of stopping !