The milky-turquoise hue to the water below Neptunes Falls
The view downriver from Neptunes Bridge..
.....and the Falls and Neptune
Not much around other than 2 Jays, 1 Little Grebe, 3 adult Mute Swans and a family party of Mallards, whilst 8 nests of HOUSE MARTIN were active at the Village House, at least 3 birds almost ready to fledge...
At Chenies Bottom, this male Common Whitethroat was singing in the rain - literally
I then drove up to Chipperfield Common where Ian Bennell had discovered FIRECRESTS about a month ago. Walking along King's Lane, I quickly located at least 2 singing males (probably three) - with singles at 'Greenfield' and 'Kingswood' and much activity in the shrubbery opposite 'Waterhouse & Sons'....
The trees in which the Firecrests were inhabiting