Nine days ago his lordship “Blackbird (turdus mecula) cast his eyes over the refurbished “Chez Walter” feeding stations and declared them open for business. Whilst two Magpies (Pica pica) and a couple of Woodpigeon (Columba palumbus) have dined at “Chez Walter” no small birds had made an appearance or booking. This changed today with the visit of not one but two little Dunnoocks (Prunella modularis), a small drab brown bird with a lot of hop and swagger. The Dunnock may have a drab colour scheme to some to me it is perfectly attired for its environment. A ground feeder it likes to hide in vegetation. A perky little bird and may be confused with wren or sparrow at first glance.