From the hides, hundreds of Lapwing,Wigeon,Teal and a score or so Golden Plover and unusually (apparently), a Curlew. A Peregrine was perched very obligingly in a tree giving excellent views from the'hanger.'
As a bonus we had close up views of an Adder and on the way home I noted my first Brimsone butterly of the year near Amberley.
Whilst yesterday was bright and sunny today has been mostly dull and misty but with an absence of recent photographs here is a female House Sparrow taken in the garden this morning and a shot of a pair of Goldeneye on the Lagoon this afternoon ... I am sure they will be heading north soon.
|...only a sparrow but look closely at the varied colours in the plumage (click on image)|
|Goldeneye still present on the Lagoon...several females but only this one Drake|