With the most productive part of the day lost to the fog, I didn't have such of good patch session as yesterday, with little to note out of the ordinary. A KINGFISHER was heard on the lakes, where just 2 MALLARDS and 2 MOORHENS were present, while the adjacent Scrubby Woods was only noteworthy for COAL TIT, BULLFINCH and GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER. A mixed feeding flock in the Wet Woods comprised of 2 TREECREEPERS, a NUTHATCH, 2 GOLDCRESTS, a minimum of 6 LONG TAILED TITS, plus 3-4 each of BLUE and GREAT TITS.
Once the fog had lifted I paid a visit to the Greenhouse Grounds, where a friend was busy trying to photograph the SISKINS / GOLDFINCHES feeding in the Alders there, no Redpolls were seen with them today, but a GREEN WOODPECKER visited briefly, the female KESTREL gave good views on the greenhouses again.
Flyovers noted on my visit today came from HERRING GULL, BLACK HEADED GULL, MISTLETHRUSH, GREY WAGTAIL, LESSER REDPOLL, MEADOW PIPIT and SKYLARK.
I made return visit to the Greenhouse Grounds late in the morning, nothing new was seen though, but this Fox dozed in the long vegetation by the Alder Trees.
I took a shot and left him to his dreams ;-)
Half a dozen more Long Tailed Tits passed through quickly, I snapped this one as it stopped to call.
I also got the opportunity to photograph one of the male Siskins again.