The only migrant activity of note was a steady flow of Swallows and House Martins, with at least 50 of each passing through in an hour or so and 3 hoo-weeting Willow Warblers.
A Green Woodpecker flew over and a presumbed second was yaffling below the dam. Alsp below the dam was the Stonechats - 2 adults, 2 juveniles, and along the north side of the main res another juvenile with a male by the upper res, making a total of six.
There were also three Grey Wagtails below the dam and I got a photo of one of the adults. At first I put this down as a female, but I later decided that I wasn't sure if it was a male or female, as it was now in its winter plumage when both sexes have white throats. I checked the id guides later at home and despite the decent image below still wasn't 100%.
I also got the following photos of the juvenile when it flew up the main res and landed on the upper res outflow.
There was a pair of Little Grebe on the upper res which have been there for a few weeks now along with the obligatory pair of coots and two Great Crested Grebe on the main res. There was also juvenile GC Grebe on upper Parsonage along with a pair of Tufted Duck. Around 250 Lapwing were feeding on the north side of upper Parsonage but there were no other waders evident - not surprising given the high water levels.
A Brown Hawker was patrolling the south-west corner of upper Dean Clough and two Red Admirals headed south.
Green Woodpecker 2
Grey Wagtail 3
Willow Warbler 3
Great Crested Grebe (2 DC, 1 juv UP)
Tufted Duck 2 (UP)