Cholsey marsh was rather quiet today as most warblers appear to have stopped singing, the only consistent songster was Chiffchaff with up to 5 still singing.
All the regular warblers noted visually though.
2 pair of Kingfisher present along the stretch of river and 2 Mute Swan and a Great Crested Grebe seen.
House Martin, Swallow and Swift feeding over the marsh.
Grey Heron, Pied Wagtail, a Black-headed Gull, 2 young Green Woodpecker and Goldcrest also noted.
Lollingdon also quiet with only Corn Bunting and Yellowhammer still in song and several Swift feeding over the hill.
Dragonflies: Banded Demoiselle, Brown Hawker & Emperor.
Butterflies: Large Skipper, Large White, Small White, Red Admiral, Small Tortoiseshell, Peacock, Marbled White, Speckled Wood, Meadow Brown & Ringlet.
The remains of a Scarlet Tiger Moth found, the body presumably eaten by something and the wings discarded.
Still a lot of Pyramid Orchid in flower in the meadow by Bow Bridge.
A Sparrowhawk in the garden today but left empty handed and a Goldcrest singing nearby, 14 House Martin feeding over the garden this evening and a pair feeding young in a nest nearby and a couple of Nuthatch in the garden over the week end.
5 Long-tailed Tit and a Treecreeper in the garden this evening.