While walking my dog this morning I saw a lone Egyptian Goose fly from Hascombe Farm it appeared to be going to land at Leat Farm or the lakes, still on its own I thought. Very soon I saw a pair of Egyptian Geese in a horse field and while I was waiting for them to get close enough for a photo together I spotted a Pied Wagtail and a Meadow Pipit creeping about from one poach hole to another. They didn’t get together, the goose gave a bark and flew up into a tree and settled down on a nest, the gander waddled over and stood below the tree. Could this be a first for Henfield Birdwatch? I had thought that maybe the goose had succumbed to a predator as I hadn’t seen her for awhile but she could have been on her nest all along, I will keep a careful eye on her. (JP)