First stop, the field by the fishery, just a stones throw from the River. A frequent haunt for Greylags and Canadas. I was a little shocked by just how many though. I counted 17 adult Greylags and a whopping 28 Goslings. All mixed together in one giant crèche. Something I hadn't seen before and quite hard to fit them all in with the Telephoto lens.
I've lived with and around Pheasants in pretty large numbers all my life, and seen this kind of behaviour on numerous occasions, although honestly I must admit I've never photographed it until now. Its brilliant watching them sizing one another up and mirroring each others movements before bundling towards each other in a blur of feather and tail.