Cast in order of appearance: Field mouse. It couldn't quite make it over the gap, so it did the sensible thing. It went down to ground level and picked up some of the dropped seed. The field mouse over here is not the same as the American field mouse, which is a vole. It can be differentiated from the house mouse: 1) bigger eyes, 2) bigger ears, 3) longer tail, 4) coat is brown rather than grey. Robin, again the European variety. Dunnock, which also decided to take to the floor. Grey Squirrel. It's a fairly easy lean over for it, but it does struggle to get the seeds out of the feeder. Greenfich, munches contentedly on a seed. Pied Wagtail. This is the first time I have seen a pied wagtail on the feeder. I don't think that's too surprising as they are, as far as I am aware, usually insectivorous. Perhaps, with the lack of sun this summer, insect numbers are down so any food is welcome. The dunnock also is really an insectivore. Oi! what you looking at?