It has been another week of unseasonable weather with many parts of the country suffering further flooding from the heavy rain that doesn't know when to stop. I did manage a couple of outings to Leighton Moss where I hadn't been for some time.It was very quiet birdwise but the resident marsh harriers gave some opportunities for the camera as they flew past and hovered over the reedbeds.Also present in the reedbeds were a group of red deer hinds which were very inactive but from time to time stood up and had a browse before settling down again. I visited the Lower Hide when reports came through of a hobby in the vicinity. It didn't return but I managed a few shots of a great crested grebe with a fish which looked like a tench or carp.A young reed warbler also posed in front of the hide for his portrait.All in all an enjoyable visit to Leighton Moss and next time the red deer stags may be on view as the rutting season fast approaches. Hope you enjoy the images and thanks for looking in.