On the pond were two pairs of Gadwall
Walking around the reed bed perimeter produced Snipe, Reed Bunting, Coot, Mute Swan, Canada Geese, with a flock of ten flying over.
In the adjacent bushes there were Chiffchaff and Long-tailed Tit.
Sparrowhawk, Kestrel and Buzzard were all hunting.
Three pairs of Lapwing were dotted around the area as well as a pair of Redshank feeding in one of the ponds. There were many Skylark and pipits on the wing and a Grey Heron in a small ponded area.
Came across a small patch of what I first thought were Bluebells but the flower looks a bit different so I'm not so sure and will do a bit of research
and a bit research into this one also
I have visited Weetslade a few times recently on the hunt for Short-eared Owls, and although I have drawn a blank I bumped into a local who saw one on the north side of the hill, a couple of weeks ago.