It showed well on and off for the thirty or so of us there, favouring a perch at the front of the bush. Every time it appeared it would be greeted to a symphony of camera shutters - The music of twitching.
Although the number's ever growing, I still haven't been to that many twitches, but of the 'few' I have attended this was nearly the biggest, topped only by the Short-Toed Eagle. Surprising really, considering RBF's aren't even classed as a BOU rarity. Again though, it looks amazing.
I could have spent all day watching it, but alas, it could not happen. It wasn't showing as well and time pressed on, although there was time for a quick stop to look for the Black Redstart. She showed quite well on the roofs of the Countryside Centre with a Pied Wagtail.
A much less eventful trip home ended a great day, two Sibes in four days isn't that bad...