A few of my highlights seen at Brandon Marsh yesterday were a Nuthatch on a seed feeder viewed from cafe, never seen one on feeders before and I was surprised that the nut feeder wasn't the preferred choice.lol! Goldeneye (f) on East Marsh Pool and a Water Rail put in a brief appearance in front of the East Marsh Hide. Bullfinch (2x m + 1 f ) feeding on the berries along with Redwings and Blackbirds viewed from the Carlton Hide. A walk in the afternoon along the path around Swallow Pool was productive! Great views of a flock (well 3) Goldcrests feeding close together on the brambles opposite New Hare Covert along with Robins (3). A perched Green Woodpecker gave great views and also a distant perched Buzzard. A flock of c25 Redpoll sp flew overhead and numerous Redwings were seen flying to the berry trees in the Covert and a couple of Siskins called as they also flew overhead. The sun shone brightly thus accentuating the Autumnal colours of the trees and shrubs! All told it was a great day!