Another wet day and getting very soggy out there with almost twice the average rainfall for March and April getting off to a good start.
Fairly quiet out at Lollingdon a flock of Thrushes and Starlings present, c100 Starling, c150 Fieldfare and a few Redwing.
3 Chiffchaff in song, 2 around the Bullshole/Millennium Wood area and another out at Little Lollingdon.
Both Green and Great-spotted Woodpecker seen and the usual Corn Bunting, Yellowhammer and Skylark seen around the hill.
The flooded field was virtually deserted except for a rather sickly looking Lesser Blackback Gull.
A Grey Heron flew across the meadow early afternoon and a Sparrowhawk thru the garden.
A female Brambling still present in gardens near Waterloo Close. Per MA.
Mammals: Brown Hare, Roe Deer, Field Vole.