Spent a lot of time over the past couple of weeks at the local RSPB reserve at Pulborough. So much so that I don't even need to show my membership card at the desk now.
Anyway here's a few badly taken photos of what you can see here.
This is the view out from the Visitor's Centre
Chaffinch - there's about 9 bazillion of them here.
I don't care that the picture is rubbish - this is a Nightingale and to see one out in the open like this is rare and a privilege.
Butterflies are everywhere here too.
This is the view out from one of the hides.
The local deer herd - fallow and muntjacs
The boy loves it here too
A wren. A long way away.
I think this is either a Wheatear or a Lesser Whitethroat
The pond outside the Visitor's Centre. They have Great Crested Newts in there.
This could be a Chiff Chaff. Or any number of brown birds...
This is a squirrel
Over the past two weeks there I have seen Blue Tits, Great Tits, Chaffinchs, Chiff Chaff, Cetti's Warbler, Lapwings, Shelduck, various geese and other water birds, Nightingales seen and heard, Robins, Wrens, Blackcaps, Whitethroats, Adders (that's a snake :D ), Goldfinches, Nuthatch, Green Woodpecker, and this morning I heard my first ever Cuckoo!
There's also a herd of Heelan' Coos there that they use to manage the land. :D
It's my best.