Just a few pictures for no particular reason today:
The River Lee that runs along the edges of RSPB Rye Meads was very very full after all the rain we've been having.
A flock of Lapwings went up, circled a few times and then headed off away from the reserve
And at Amwell, when we arrived, the sun was shining and the trees, now, have shed nearly all their leaves.
Up in some of the Alders, a small flock of Siskins fed and Pete spotted a Redpoll.
At the feeders:
and a Reed Bunting that sat on a reed for a considerable time.. pity it didn't come out from behind the blade of grass before flying off!
and the skies turned grey and rain threatened so we called it a day.