A late morning visit to Ruislip Lido in very hot, sunny conditions provided an unexpected migrant in the the form of a Little Ringed Plover. It was present along the waters edge below the boat house probing for invertebrates. I say unexpected due to the fact there was a high level of disturbance going on at the time with dog walkers and family parties busily enjoying the sunshine. I approached with caution and managed to take a few decent shots before leaving the bird to continue feeding. Other species of interest included a pair of Common Tern present with a late brood of young on the floating platform opposite the pub while House Martin, Swallow and Common Swift buzzed overhead hunting insects.