Greylag Goose @ Lyme Park
Though not particularly rare, a new bird variety on me are the Greylag geese I saw at Lyme park in amongst the Canada geese on the lake in the house gardens. The ancestor of most domestic geese, the greylag is the largest and bulkiest of the wild geese native to the UK and Europe.
Apart from the geese, here's a few more taken around the house and gardens.
The most obvious structure in the park, other than the house, is a tower called the Cage which stands on a hill to the east of the approach road to the house. It was originally a hunting lodge and was later used as a park-keeper's cottage and as a lock-up for prisoners.
And that's your lot.