The first new batch of wildlife was a Mallard with 7 young which I failed on more than one occasion to get a decent picture of despite being called for by the others. The only one I managed was the following which was taken at a distance (obviously).
Here are a few others I managed to snap although I didn't take many, if any, on the walk round because it was too blood cold to take my hand out of my pockets and I had gloves on (its getting bog standard for April this bloody weather - climate change, getting warmer (poppycock) although no doubt the Met Office or some such organisation will bring out a set of figures showing it was the hottest/driest/wettest/coldest/sunniest (Delete as appropriate) April since records began.
A few Swans around some energetic some not
Plenty of Sheep and Lambs in the ever changing Stafford Farm
This poor little thing has something wrong with its right leg and was
hobbling along the same path as us but then took a right
into some thick bushes
A couple of distant shots of a pair of Common Tern that have been around for a
couple of days now, although as soon as they appear an Otter has shown its face
for the first time for a while
Quite a few Sand Martins were playing on the reed just outside the hide
The Robins were quite active around the area today and got a few good shots of them
Although this little guy seems to be particularly greedy
Well, thats about it apart from the video which contains some quite good footage this week although the commentary was sort of hogged by one guy today, have a listen and see if you can figure out who it is. I also did another underwater camera video which was a bit lighter than last weeks although the camera seemed to have fallen over after I placed it in but there is still a small excerpt there showing at least 2 Newts if not 3. Someone please have a look and tell me which they are?