Cormorant over, pair Mute Swan and 2 cygnets, hybrid goose, pair Tufted Duck, Mallard 19, Coot 4, Moorhen, BH Gull and LBB Gull over, Woodpigeon, GS Pecker, Meadow Pipit, Swallow 5 over, Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Chiffchaff, Blue, Great, Coal and LT Tit (min12), Nuthatch, Jay 3, Magpie, Crow, Chaffinch, Goldfinch 7, Siskin
Insects:- Speckled Wood, Small White
Flora:- plant with small white flowers similar to Japanese Knotweed, but on bindweed stems with small leaves, which I have identified as Copse Bindweed - I don't thinK I've seen it before. Is it common, anyone?
Also in Lyons Lane ca 50 Starling attacking a Rowan - there's going to be nothing left for Waxwings at that rate!
It was alongside the path between Top and Bottom Lodge at Lower Healey, in the hedgerow below Top Lodge. When I saw the flowers I assumed it was Japanese Knotweed, but when I looked closer, I realised it was some kind of bindweed. You can't miss it because there's quite a lot. I would appreciate a confirmation or correction of id.