Still a few apples on the trees that I hoped would be a feeding bonus for either or both Winter Thrush or maybe Waxwing but no, my local band of Jackdaws are helping themselves big-time.
With the sharpish frost this morning a better showing of birds in the garden taking advantage of the various bird food I have on offer. For the first time in ages there were several Coal Tit stopping briefly and grabbing morsels also some ten Chaffinch are back and a non-stop band of Long Tailed Tits breezed through, and the Mistle Thrush was prominent on a high Conifer branch.
The usual crew of Robin, Dunnock, Blackbird, Jackdaw, Wren, Great Tit and Blue Tits and a few House Sparrows.
An old photo taken in neighouring Aston previously of a Waxwing, hoping to see some locally soon.