A short walk around the lakes again this morning revealed still more youngsters. First to catch our eyes was the Great Crested Grebe nest on the largest lake. I think it is the second nest this pair have built this year - the first having seemingly been abandoned a few weeks ago. This time, the nest has been constructed, floating a few feet away from the bank of the lake and is attached to weed so it moves about with the changing water levels. It seems that the eggs have started to hatch as at least one youngster was seen on it's mother's back while the male brought in small morsels of food for it. Try as I might, I couldn't get a picture of the actual chick, but there's still time.