So heading out with the camera and bins I headed for the Thacka nature reserve. Not a great deal about as usual, Black-headed Gulls were the greatest numbers of anything, Moorhens coming a close second with at
least 13, there would be more in the vegetation. The Little Grebe is still with us, and there was a few Mallard about
|Little Grebe at a distance, sharing the pool with a Moorhen.|
I had a walk round the old pond but there was nothing on there, I then decided to head up the railway path. The first thing I came across was a small party of House Sparrows sharing a bush with a few Chaffinch and enjoying the sun.
|One of a couple of little old bridges spanning Thacka beck|
|One Brambling, a little camera shy.|