Red-throated Diver: 327W including a flock of 214.
Great Crested Grebe: 1,500+ feeding
Auks: c5,000 majority of which are Guillemots
Grey Seal: 1
|North Thames Herring Gull M8HT|
|Birders being moved on by the police for parking on the causeway!|
I can understand being moved on between 07.30-09.00 and 16.30-17.30 when the wacky racers that work at the power station, are racing up and down the causeway seemingly ignored by the police. After reading the following taken from the internet I am none the wiser.
Parking on single white lines
If the road has a continuous single white line running along the left side, parking is considered legal but in some cases may be used to discourage parking - though this is subject to localised laws such as no parking enforcement signs or other such prohibited parking markings.
However, in certain cases the single white line represents that there is no pavement , if this is the case then it would be illegal to park on a single white line. Such locations can often be areas where no street lighting is available and the continuous white line is
used to define the edge of the carriageway.