Quite a change from my previous walk, there was actually blue sky, although the wind was just as cold and strong.
Nothing unusual was observed, but I have included images of everything I did manage to find.
Blue Tits were performing quite well in the sun.
Male and female Reed Buntings were observed adjacent to one of the Bird Hides and they both put on a good display.
Male and female Pheasants were at the base of the feeders catching everything that had been dropped by the small birds.
If nothing much else, there are always plenty of Black-headed Gulls to view.
A stroke of luck being at the Hide when the Great-spotted Woodpecker arrived.
A very brief appearance by a Coal Tit.
A Wren about to take a drink of water.
A male Chaffinch taking in a bit of sun.
Always possible to find Robins just about everywhere.
The Park Rangers have been at work again cutting down pollarded willow.