I had gone to Tewinbury to get some better shots of the Jack Snipe. I found the snipe almost immediately, but it was deep in cover and impossible to photograph. I am not sure why Jack Snipe bob up and down, but if it hadn't been bobbing I would never have been able to pick it out.
While I was waiting for it to hopefully come out into the open, I saw something out of the corner of my eye. There, moving stealthily through the tall vegetation on the west side of the lake was a doe Muntjac. Unfortunately, it was partially obscured for most of the time but did eventually move into a clearing for a couple of shots.