A short wander along the River Ash and on to the golf course footpaths along the 6th fairway gave good sightings of several usual residents. A common buzzard flew overhead along with yellowhammers, skylarks a solitary pied wagtail and 3 linnets. A fly over mallard was heading for the river as a song thrush sang from near The Ford. Blackcaps joined the chorus of regular singers, including blackbird, great tit, blue tit, chiffchaff and chaffinch.
Today's photos show a male blackbird on the chapel roof, a view north east from the golf course and a view of an oak, looking west.