A big thank you to Dick Filby and the finders (the Allens?) for organising the parking , etc..
It was not easy to see as it sat tight in the bushes, and the angle at which you could see it was acute - with queues forming at various 'scopes (I should have charged per minute through mine). Below are some (....py) videograbs, but I wonder if anyone has a recording of the bird they would be willing to post here?
[On a completely unrelated theme, I saw nobody else making field notes on the bird. Is this 'art' now dead?]