Finally getting some Fieldfare's and the odd Redwing in the hedgerow. Photographic opportunities of my favourite site regulars, the Kestrel and Sparrowhawk have been tempered by some rather domineering Rooks. When either two turn up within the confides of the quarry one or two Rooks give chase. When a Buzzard strolls through a flock of 5-6 Rooks give it hell.
Plenty of common birds are filling the hedges too. But also Yellowhammer, Meadow Pipits and a solitary Grey Wagtail.
Got this male Bullfinch with a Dunnock trying to get a bit of attention in the background, think it's called photobombing, need not worry it was distant.
One of the things I had hoped for since I've been visiting the site is that the sheer number of Chiff-Chaff on the site earlier in the year might mean one or two over wintering birds, I managed a distant shot of one that today, along with the warm sun this had me thinking of spring....or should that be wishing?