We set out in a thick fog this morning. Very cold, damp and with little visibility, it wasn't the best of days for a walk around the park, but we persevered. The view across the 'Bogwash' was, to say the least, a little restricted.
Calidris alpina) was seen picking about in the mud around the lake. A small wader, the Dunlin is a fairly common sight in Britain, especially in Winter when large flocks gather at the coasts, but this far inland, they are not such a common sight. Hard to spot against the muddy background.