On one of my last visits there, there was plenty going on and lots to see. Parent birds were busy collecting food for their young, and others, nesting materials for nests. I wonder how they have all faired in this particularly wet period.
Mistle Thrush have been plentiful in the area, and this one posed nicely for me.
This is a juvenile Song Thrush that had fledged, along with two others. It was being fed by the nearby parents.
This pair of Nuthatch were only just prospecting a nest site.
A lovely male Redstart in the evening sunshine. Hopefully now has young to feed.