There are good areas of scrub, small woodlands and hedgerows which suit smaller birds. The grasslands are good feeding grounds. Reed beds offer important habitat for several species.
Some more common species such as Blackbirds, thrush species, tits and Robins already appear in the Garden Wildife blog and are not shown again here unless a special photo merits inclusion.
I cannot leave this part of the blog without lamenting my near futile quest for the perfect Kingfisher photo. I often see them at Seaton Wetlands - the usual flash of blue streaking by, or posing amongst or begind overhanging vegetation. There are various perching places that are Kingfisher favourites. When I arrive, I've either just missed them or, who knows, I miss them later when eventually I ran out of my short supply of patience. But if I had every wildlife photo that ever I wanted, there would be no more wildlife photo fun. Many challenges are still out there.