I have often thought that I am not a lucky person but in reality I am, lucky that I have been blessed with the ability to enjoy the country side and all that occurs within it. I had decided that a walk to the marsh hide would be a good idea today as there had been a juvenile Glossy Ibis showing well in the week so setting off along the track from grove I walked to the ramp where I made my first stop. Blue, Great and Long Tailed Tits were fooled by the warm temperatures in to thinking it was spring along with a Wren and two Dunnock. At the ramp there were lots of Reed Bunting and Chaffinch, I scanned for a Brambling to no avail. A Marsh Harrier scrambled the ramp locals and the raise in decibels was tremendous. My next stop was the newly transformed feast hide, I must thank all those who gave up their time in the week and help to bring the area back under control.. Here there were Teal and lapwing, Little Egret and a few others. Along the path to the marsh hide I saw a charm of Goldfinch and several Thrushes coming in of which there were a lot of Fieldfare. On reaching the marsh hide I was rewarded with distant views of the Glossy Ibis and the Grey Heron who seems to like his picture being taken. Six Ruff circled and a few snipe were also seen. This time of the year is stunning, don't miss it.