In the wake of what the Scots have dubbed Hurricane Bawbag the parish was looking a bit bleak and blasted today.
However, a great egret was looking grand in the same spot as the autumn find-- near the legendary pylons where Heaton Marsh and Colloway Marsh collide.
Couldn't find much else of interest, bar an adult Med. Sadly there seems to have been a major clear-out of geese.
Freeman's Pools was hosting six goldeneyes and eleven gadwall. A peregrine falcon and two kestrels were noted.
The dead tree that’s been standing for donkeys years succumbed to the wild weather.
Buzzard close by being mobbed by crows, Sparrowhawk, Reed Buntings at the maize field.