Back to school day but not before a quick check of local birds around the chapel. I was pleased to be able to take a few more shots of the leucistic jackdaw on the chapel roof, showing that it is probably a first year bird, judging by the plumage as shown in the photos. It remained with other jackdaws and was still present when I left.
Later on I took an evening walk past Muggin's Wood and on to Millennium Wood. A southerly breeze was blowing with light drizzle so there was a small possibility of some migrants passing overhead, but this was not the case. 4 lesser black backed gulls headed south as all the usual suspects were seen and/or heard. A wonderful sky was photographed whilst a muntjac posed for a photo on the path in Millennium Wood. A few birds of note: 12 swallows swooped low over a recently harvested wheat field and a party of long tailed tits were heard along Hoecroft Lane.