Of the few birds I did see, a KINGFISHER was a welcome splash of colour as it flew up the College Stream, and a flock of GREYLAG GEESE (72) that flew over the college Grounds were only partially counted, as some were shrouded in the fog, at least I got something for the moths list!
other notables were a GREY WAGTAIL that dropped down into the Greenhouse Complex grounds, and a TAWNY OWL called from somewhere over in the Wet Woods. A BUZZARD flew from the Greenhouse Copse very early on, I suspect that's where it roosted.
Summer birds were at a premium, CHIFFCHAFF'S being the only species still on the ground, with SWALLOWS and HOUSE MARTINS seen flying over later on when the fog had lifted slightly.
As I said , a frustrating visit with not much to shout about :-)