Wednesday 13th April early evening, a trip to Fisher Row on a somewhat gloomy and cool-tinged evening revealed up to 5 singing Willow Warblers, the first seen singing from a Willowy bush just left from the bottom of the entrance hill. A Muntjac Deer crossed the railway line. A Chiff- Chaff seen just past the bowl and by Horseshoe point pool, 2 Gadwall (male and female), 4 Egyptian Geese and 2 Wigeon (again a pair were seen), up to 8 Reed Bunting flew up from the reeds nearly all were males. A Grasshopper Warbler was heard reeling here and another heard from Rist's Marsh. Also on the return path by Rist's Marsh, a Sedge warbler was heard singing from within the undergrowth.
Up to 4 Blackcap heard singing by the wooded area and 2 singing Chiff- Chaff and another Muntjac deer seen on the marsh too.