We left it late and only just managed to fit in an hour before the light went.
In our tennis court-sized, rural garden with no proper pond but a stream (that can't be called a pond) and within 300 metres of the nearest farmland, we counted:
2 Blue Tits
1 Coal Tit
1 Collared Dove (these normally never fail to visit as a pair)
1 Great Tit
5 House Sparrows (we have a large number but they are difficult to count as they hide in the hedge)
3 Long-tailed Tits (they usually come in flocks of at least half a dozen)
2 Robins (we thought they weren't going to turn up at all)
3 Wood Pigeons (thankfully, because often, there are loads, scoffing all the food)
Of the scarcer species, we had:
1 Great Spotted Woodpecker
1 Marsh Tit (after much study and debate, we are 99.5% certain it isn't a Willow Tit)
The Peacock didn't turn up but he wouldn't have been included in the figures anyway; and there were a couple of Starlings around earlier in the day, but they didn't come for the count. We also, sometimes, have Greenfinches and Goldfinches, but not today.