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Monday, 17 December 2018
Little Grebe on the river at Brookfoot Loop slowly moving downstream towards Brighouse.
A nice comparison shot with a Mallard.
A Teal on the river bend above the weir. I had heard reports of a female there so this drake was a nice surprise.
The recent rain seems to have pushed good numbers of Goosander on to the canal where fishing is no doubt easier.
I never tire of seeing Nuthatches at such close quarters at both feeding stations
One of a small flock of Siskins around the cabin feeding station - a first for me here.
I keep hearing that Cromwell's a great place to photograph Kingfishers but I've yet to see one that isn't a distant blur as it shoots along the river - I will keep trying though!