A few solar photons this morning and the world's a better place. North Korea! Nuclear War! Mrs Thatch's funeral arrangements! Who cares?
Wessie opened up with a SEO hunting (successfully) behind the NFRS HQ. At the Flash, a Redshank on the west shore accompanied the usual Teal, Lapwings and gulls. Mipits, Skylarks and Reed Buntings abound, and four GSWs along the wooded edge at the northern perimeter.
And in the area to the west of the copse running north from the sub-station, at least one singing Chiffchaff and three Willow Warblers.
And a second Chiffchaff at the east end of Crosland Way.
Off in a mo for the Little Bunting. Bring it on!