June was topped off with a walk by 15 members along the Wey Navigation from Ripley. 0n a bright sunny morning the riverbank was awash with banded and beautiful demoiselles. Grey wagtails were seen at Walsham Gates. The wooded areas were quieter than usual but chiffchaffs, whitethroat and blackcaps were singing. There were numerous geese with goslings near the Priory. Common terns flew by and goldcrests sang by the towpath. Towards Pyrford a red kite drifted over and a peregrine (with grey ring on right leg and orange on the left) was perched on a pylon. Swallows, swifts and distant buzzards were seen while a great crested grebe with a juvenile was the highlight of the golf club lake. A total of 40 species were enjoyed.