A Garganey was present at Carlton Marshes SWT on the 3rd, a Goosander which flew north past Sizewell on the 19th was an unusual date and c300 Common Scoters were noted offshore at Minsmere 25th and 29th. A singing Quail was present near Westleton common on the 12th but typically remained unseen. A Manx Shearwater which flew south past Lowestoft Ness point on the evening of the 26th was the only seabird record for the month. An adult Purple Heron was present at Minsmere 1st-6th and was watched flying high east out to sea in the evening of the latter date, Spoonbill sightings for the month included a single at Minsmere 7th, 6 on Peto’s marsh at Carlton Marshes and a single at Minsmere 12th, single south over Minsmere 17th, 3 at Buss Creek Southwold 18th-19th, single North Warren 19th and a single at Benacre broad on the 25th which later that day relocated to Covehithe broad. The Glossy Ibis count at Minsmere remained at 6 until the 8th then dropped to 4 and then 2 with the last report of a single on the 21st, a single was also at Buss Creek on the 23rd. Great Egret maximum counts were 3 at Carlton Marshes on 3rd and 3 at Minsmere on 10th. The only notable raptor records for the month involved an Osprey at Lound Waterworks on 18th, an Osprey at Minsmere on 21st with Honey Buzzards seen at Eastbridge on 9th, Snape Warren on 10th, North Warren on 14th, Westleton and Aldeburgh on 15th and Minsmere on 24th. Common Crane sightings for June involved birds heard in the reedbeds at Minsmere on the 14th and 2 over Herringfleet on the 16th. 2 Curlew Sandpipers were on the scrape at Minsmere on the 1st, a Wood Sandpiper at Minsmere on 9th, a Black-tailed Godwit of the race ‘Limosa limosa limosa' at Minsmere on the 11th and 3 Spotted Redshanks also at Minsmere on the 27th. Throughout the month Little Gulls appeared in singles and doubles on Minsmere South scrape. Bird of the month was an impressive Caspian Tern at Minsmere 25th-26th, the bird spent its visit commuting between the Island mere and the South scrape where it gave observers the opportunity for some really nice views. Roseate Terns were also seen at Minsmere throughout the month with sightings on the 5th, 6th, 11th, 18th (2), 28th and 29th, an Arctic Tern was present on 12th and a Black Tern briefly on the 21st. The pleasure of seeing these scarcer terns was somewhat tempered by witnessing the distressing effects of Avian Flu on the breeding colonies of Black-headed Gulls and Common and Sandwich Terns. Reports of Bee-eaters during June involved one heard over Minsmere on the 6th, 2 south over Aldeburgh Golf Course on the 12th and another single east over Mutford on the 21st. A probable Little Swift was reported flying west over Wangford shortly after dawn on the 21st, if this bird had remained around the village it would have caused a great deal of excitement amongst the birding community. The final report involves 7 Common Crossbills which paid a brief visit to Corton woods near Lowestoft on the evening of the 23rd.