A morning walk up Chapel Lane, through the footpath and on to the golf course footpaths. A nuthatch called from the oaks on the footpath and several mistle thrushes flew overhead. Still large numbers of winter thrushes, with plenty in the garden feeding on the holly berries and the ornamental cherry. A single lesser black backed gull headed east.
Back at the garden, I counted 17 species, with many at the feeders and fruit trees. Shown here in a conifer are goldfinch, blue tit and female chaffinch