Single pink-footed goose and 12 white-fronted geese have been present over the last couple of days - when they are not are Pulborough Brooks they are often to be found at Amberley wild brooks. The pink-foot is usually associating with greylags. Fabulous, busy, colourful flocks of wigeon are showing really well from West Mead hide or Nettley's hide at the moment - the photo below is from West Mead on Sunday. A few snipe are showing well from Winpenny hide. Up to 8 ruff have been seen amongst the lapwing flocks. Firecrest (at Fattengates) and water rail (in front of visitor centre window) continue to show well.