Just the usual wildfowl today, with small birds not being very showy in the strong v cold easterly. Only interest was a drake Shoveler in with the Tufties and Pochard, all sheltering on the lee side of the mile road, on W lake. A pair of Great Crested Grebes there were displaying. Three cob Mute Swans were doing some ‘busking’. Got a nice shot of a Song Thrush by the site office, although when I processed the image I found that it had lost its tail [cat?]. Highlight was a very confiding Wood Mouse right by the side of the exit road.