The lake where my sister goes sailing is full of young Great Crested Grebes and other baby birds such as Coots and Black-back Gulls.
You could tell when an adult Grebe had caught a fish as the young Grebe unsteadily spalshed its way to the adult making loud squeaks.
Occassionally the youngesters would clumsily dive down with the adult, but I never saw them catch anything.
It was interesting to watch how the adult turned the fish around in its beak before it fed it to the young.
My photos are a bit fuzzy as it was getting quite dark.
As well as Great Crested Grebes we also saw a Kingfisher speeding across the lake but it was too fast for me. This was the first time I have seen a Kingfisher on this lake.
Here is a very short film of 2 badgers feeding from Wednesday evening.