|The sun was struggling to get out this morning.|
I went onto the reserve taking the path by the big Hawthorn hedge, there was quite a number of Chaffinch but no sign of any Brambling with them. Next I wondered along the railway path and had a look at Roy's feeders which were attracting the usual flock of mixed tits.
|Looking South from the railway track|
|And a little later from the top track, Frosties for the sheep this morning ?|
Then in the field near the flash quite a large flock of Fieldfare, though they were constantly on the move.
|One of many Fieldfares .|
|There was also a few Redwings mixed in with them, with Lapwings and Starlings further away.|
|Considering how hard the ground was they were still managing to pull up worms.|
|The main pond on the reserve had a mixed flock of Common and Black-headed Gulls.|
|Common Gull, they all looked a bit miserable with the ice.|
|And a Black-headed Gull almost in full summer plumage, its timing is a bit out.|