Annie and I went for a pleasant walk around Bookham and Little Bookham Commons this afternoon. Always a good place for birds, particularly Little Bookham. While the Nightingales have shut up shop, there's still plenty to see. Over a two hour saunter, we spotted a pair of Goldcrests with their young, as well as numerous Goldfinch and a couple of Buzzards soaring high up.
Best of all, though, were a pair of Bullfinches, the first I have seen in a few months, plus a couple of chirpy Marsh Tits. I didn't get a photo of either, but did manage some nice shots of a Silver-Washed Fritillary butterfly, of which there are many at Bookham at this time of year,