10:15 - 11:15
A wet saunter about this morning while Sue was visiting her dad at Ing Royde.
The miserable conditions kept the birds at bay, with no Woodpeckers seen or heard today.
A few Great Tit and a couple of Nuthatch were all I could muster as I walked along the top of the Oak Woods.
A very wet Saville Park stroll faired a little better.
Black Headed and Common Gulls were finding worm types with ease, on Saville Park fields.
Other than that just a couple of Woodpigeon with the Corvids.
I did mange to pick out 2 Redwing in the trees though.
Surprising how such a colourful bird blends in with the trees.
13:30 - 14:20
Cold and wet with it here this afternoon.
Not much about.
The Moorhen called from the bread lobbers area.
2 Canada Geese were with a few Mallards, the other Mallard population was wide spread on the water - presumably because of the dearth of bread.
One large Gull - probably a 2nd Winter Herring Gull.
A few Black Headed and Common Gulls on the water was about it.
Top of the Pops were 4 Treecreeper seen on the circuit, a good count for me.
Large Gull - probably 2nd Winter Herring Gull
Spot the Treecreeper