On Tuesday the 5th Spring had sprung at Maple Cross the birds were singing and the sun was on
my back as I walked to the reserve.
Rotunda hide where two skulking Common Snipe were not very obliging for the
a pair of Reed Bunting were looking for a nest site amongst the Phragmites.
Next up the Teal hide which yielded little,however from the Sluice a Little Grebe put
managed some distant shots overhead.
bordering the recreation ground.
At the clubhouse I sat quietly and photographed passerines for an hour. Of note here are