The muddy borders to the main pool on No.6 tank attracted 15 Ruff, 4 Black-tailed Godwit and a smattering of Common Teal, Shoveler and Gadwall. A group of 12 Common Snipe flew out from the daisy beds and circled overhead.
A smaller than expected gathering of Starling flew in and dropped into the reed beds on six but there were no spectacular displays. A few Raven drifted south to their roost sites in Wales while gulls streamed out to the Mersey estuary.
A Peregrine was sat on the lip of the blue-topped chimney at Weston Point.
Observer and images: WSM.