Here's a few pics.
THE OLD VIC
Red Kite- up to five of these over the garden at once
Ashy Mining Bee
Buffish Mining Bee Andrena nigroaenea (I-spot ID)
Dark Edged Beefly
Izzie and Bryan and the Morgan
Black-horned Sawfly Z.lonicera
Hedgehog at the wildlife hopsital
Muntjac at the hospital- the pointed nose and head stripes are best id features - see below for comparison and comments with Chinese Water Deer (click on image)
Roe Deer at the hospital - the black nose band is a good id feature
Grey Heron young- breeding on the hospital pond
One cannot help but notice quite a few odd looking geese at Otmoor. This weekend I had 2 Snow Geese, 1 Ross's Goose, 5+ hybrid GreylagxCanada, 3 'white' Greylags (Farmyard types) and 3 Barnacle Geese. Here's my ebird list for the day HERE
3rd calender year male Marsh Harrier - variably marked flight feathers, sub-terminal band on tail and juvenile like head suggests a 3rd calender year male
A Drumming Snipe showing the 'drumming' mechanism of the spread outer tail feathers
Still 50+ Golden Plover around
2 Blue phase Snow Goose- there is a local feral population of 60+ birds in the area
Hybrid GreylagxCanada Goose (on right). Also Oystercatcher.
Popped in on the way back 5 Little Gull (3 ads, 2 first-winters), 2 adult Med Gulls, 5 LRP and 1 Redshank.
First-winter Little Gull