The numbers at the feeders has now increased to 6 males and 5 females, the couple of photos attached were taken using a wildlife camera strapped to a branch above the table. Notice that the male at the back has fungus on his legs.

Bob and Bri

Bullfinch with fungus legs

Managed to take a photo this morning of the Male Bullfinch with bad legs, not very clear but it can be seen, according to RSPB site this maybe completely different to the Chaffinch strain, hopefully it will not spread through the others.

Mistle Thrushes are not often seen on the reserve but there was one calling on the airfield fence this morning.

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Low Lying Mist

This morning there was no real height required to see an inversion, the mist was lying very low, see a few shots.

The cygnet is still with it’s parents and looking very well, six more landed on the pond this morning but were soon chased off by the resident male.

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Lovely Sunrise

We had a glimpse of the sun this morning,just before it disappeared into the clouds and it just helps to brighten up the day.

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The tufted are normally spread across the ponds but today most were on the long pond and as normal, not many female.

Bob and Bri

Jet Trails

The pattern set up by the jets this morning were preparing for a game of noughts and crosses.

We had a female Reed Bunting at the feeders this morning, first for a while.

Bob and Bri