Yesterday we met up with family at Barnes allowing me a chance to try and spot anything of interest.
Being a boring time of year, with barely anything of note except an Arctic Tern flyby before getting there, I wasn't as excited as I normally would be. Between the Dulverton and WWF hides there was nothing of note except lots of Sand Martins whizzing over, and Greenfinches, tits, the yellow-billed Moorhen and Robins at the feeders. A family of Reed Warblers flew around in the trees, driving me mad.
|Black-headed chick feeding time|
|Reed Warbler with caterpillar|
|Six-Spot Burnet Moth|