Chris not wishing to doubt your knowledge but lesser spotted are incredibly rare birds and aren’t know for relying on feeders.They are the size of a sparrow, unlike the Greater, size of a blackbird. If so you are very lucky indeed. Only seen once.We are very lucky to have a few trees, hedges and shrubs around the border of the garden which gives the local birdlife plenty of habitat. The lesser spotted woodpecker was on the feeder earlier, having trained his chicks in the art of using it over the last few weeks, collared doves and wood pidgeons both nested, 2 pairs of blackbirds and various pairs of blue, great and coal tits and the ubiquitous robin. Various other visitors including occasionally the local sparrowhawk who is absolutely stunning and was last seen in hot pursuit of yankee doodle pigeon.
nb can we change the title to Birders, not twitchers- which is something very different.