The only thing of note was the large number of cormorants, many of which were perched in a tree to dry their wings. The canal must support a large fish population to support this number of birds, an indication that the water is healthy.
|These steps lead right down to a tree trunk. If they hadn't wanted to remove the tree it might have been possible to move the steps which were heavily used by joggers.|
|Junction of two arms of the canal with another tree being used by cormorants|