A drake Baikal Teal was at Fen Drayton Lakes RSPB from 29th. Also there was a Green-winged Teal 16th, Black-necked Grebe 22nd, nine Little Gulls 31st, up to three Garganey, a Smew and an Iceland Gull 1st.
A drake American Wigeon was on the Ouse Washes from 14th and a Ring-necked Duck from 29th and two Glossy Ibises 23rd-26th. Also at the Ouse Washes were a Slavonian Grebe, Scaup, thirty or so Water Pipits and two Red-breasted Mergansers 12th.
The Great Grey Shrike stayed at Holme Fen NNR and the Hooded Crow was seen again there. A Hooded Crow was at Farcet Fen 11th.
Highlights at Grafham Water were the long-staying Great Northern Diver with two there 31st, Red-throated Diver, Long-tailed Duck, two Common Scoters 30th, three Slavonian Grebes 31st a couple of Glaucous Gulls roosted on and off until 5th and an Iceland Gull 22nd. Nearby at Paxton Pits best birds were the Great Northern Diver, Smew and Scaup and a Snow Bunting 7th.
Up to twelve Smew were at Needingworth GPs 5th. A Great White Egret was at Nene Washes 31st. Two Sandwich Terns were at Ferry Meadows CP 31st. The two Taiga Bean Geese were at Cambridge Research Park until 4th.
Up to three Iceland Gulls were at Milton Tip as well as a Glaucous Gull. A Glaucous Gull was also at Witcham Gravel.
Some early returning migrants were: Wheatear Cambridge 10th. Turtle Dove Aldreth 9th, Sand Martin Sutton Gault 11th, Garganey Wicken Fen 15th, Swallow Granchester Meadows 22nd, Willow Warbler Woodwalton Fen 25th and Whinchat Haddenham 26th.