Only a handful of scores were recieved for July in Coastal East Anglia but nearly all of them had something good to contribute. Craig Fulcher adds a further 3% to his score thanks to Little Gull and Velvet Scoter and he is now only 12 points from matching his comparative mark. Tommy Corcoran closes the gap from Ryan Irvine to 0.2% thanks to an Osprey on his Great Yarmouth patch. Ryan
Nige Lound at Gib Point had a trio of highlights which boosted his score and keep him in first place. A Roseate Tern took pride of place but his first patch Black Tern since 2011 and first patch Quail since 2007 also get mentioned in dispatches. James Brown at North Lowestoft reclaims second spot thanks to a self found Marsh Warbler while zero points for Robert Smith at Holme means he drops into third. Finally, Rob Hall at Halesworth to Dunwich managed to get himself finders points for a Bee-eater.