Queens Award for Voluntary Service


The birds were active around 8am this morning in the top corner of the Hay Meadow by the Cromwell Road gate. They seemed to be taking advantage of the mud created by the cows’ hooves. Some of the cows were just sitting down at the edge of the marsh. Pied wagtail (at least two), blackbird, chaffinch and robin were darting around.  More unusual, there were also a couple of redwings. The eye stripe and the red patch on the body beneath the wing were very clear.