Tony Disley obtained the images below through the scope:
Whilst watching the Hobby a large Raptor gave tantalising views low to the north of Boilton Wood, just above the treeline then dropped out of site prompting some speculation as to the species. Very shortly it reappeared, gaining height, and was quickly identified as a juv Honey Buzzard. The bird headed south at 14:30 over Boilton Wood and over the site on a north-south heading.
Montage below by Tony Disley:
Off the top of my head, this latest bird, hot on the heels of a dark morph bird yesterday, represents the 14th site record 2000-2008! - A truly amazing statistic! - The site has been underwatched this past week, surely these are not the only two birds to have passed through?