This bird box is positioned directly below the cafe balcony. It hasn't put the birds off from nesting in it though. The great tit has just been to feed its babies which we could hear chirping away.
We always see robins around the reserve and they're quite happy to sit and pose for any passing photographers, perhaps seranading them whilst they're at it.
We had Archie with us so we decided to take the walk by the river so that he could come off his lead. The path is far enough away from the river to prevent him jumping in which he would do given half the chance.
I noticed all the different greens yesterday, some are still bright and vibrant as new leaves often are, other foliage is taking on a more mature shade now.
It was lovely to see things blooming and blossoming along the sides of the path.
There weren't very many birds on the lake yesterday and you can see how dull it was by this time.
I'm not very good at identifying water birds, I'm not sure what this bird is.
This moorhen was happy enough hoovering up the seeds which had been dropped from the feeders.
While this mallard was taking it easy.
We may not have seen many birds on the lake but a first for us, we spotted a kingfisher on our walk back. Thank you to Eleanor for these photos, mine were rubbish.
It was back home after our walk to start on the garden jobs. I'm pleased to say that we made quite a bit of headway, though there's still more to do. Isn't there always?