Tweetypie has flown from where he had been hiding for years, to a new, much nicer spot nearer Sunninghill. He is also much easier to find than before. Small children may see him first, but may not be able to reach him. Allow a couple of hours and you can have a lovely walk around the lake, from wherever you choose to park, and still have plenty of time to find Tweetypie and read the logbook. This is a lovely area at any time of the year, and there are even flowers to be seen in February, as you can see from the picture on the right, taken 333 metres from where he is hiding. You may even find the strange tree Robin is leaning against here, as you get closer to Tweetypie's hiding place. The picture below was taken back in 2001, when his box was a little old-fashioned. He now has a nicer box and is wearing a miner's helmet.