Earlier in June I walked to Langford Lowfields, my local RSPB reserve. I'm so lucky to have this on my doorstep. Part of it is still a working quarry, but recently some new trails were opened in the northern part of the reserve.
wood pigeon, swift, swallow, sand martin, jackdaw, blackbird, crow, great spotted woodpecker, mute swan, coot, moorhen, pochard, mallard, shelduck, tufted duck, great crested grebe, pied wagtail, little egret, green plover, common tern, black-headed gull, reed bunting, sedge warbler, grey heron, cormorant, oystercatcher, blue tit, house sparrow, yellowhammer, chaffinch, goldfinch.
Nothing very unusual, though I did hope to see a bird of prey, perhaps a peregrine falcon or a hobby. Amazingly, a couple of days later I saw a peregrine — spiralling over our garden!
The Beach Hut at Langford Lowfields. Volunteers often man this hut to meet and greet.