Nothing much on the way up with fifty plus Lapwing the stand out in the flooded horses field. A Goldcrest, the crown shining like a beacon in the gloom, went about its business in amongst a loose flock of Long-tailed Tits. A Buzzard appeared from the hedgerow on my left and drifted into the the tallest trees in the wood. As i made my way back in the direction of Mayfair Cottage i turned to look skywards as i heard the beating wings of Mute Swans but to my surprise the two Mutes were accompanied by three Whooper Swans. All five birds came to rest on the flooded horses field but some way in front of me. I had barely gotten as close as possible before they decided their time at Preswick was up and off they flew. Shortly before leaving just over sixty Pink-footed Geese flew overhead.
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|Quick guys, lets get out of here before that PC Wanderer sees us.|