It was snowing quite hard and I felt as if I was fighting a losing battle, the snow was definately winning, I can't remember how mant times I went out to re-clear the feeding area's.
Anyway back to the birds, Most of the birds seen today was the same as yesterday, but there was some moments that made me forget about the dam weather. the first was at lunchtime when I had a break from looking out the back and I checked the tree's out the front on the circle, and straight away i saw lots of birds on the cherry tree. After checking it I counted 22 Blue Tits, 17 Chaffinch, 6 Long Tailed Tits, and 2 Great Tits. I was hoping that there might be something special in with them, but alas there wasn't.After returning to the view the back garden I saw a male Great Spotted Woodpecker fly in to feed on the nuts.
Brambling. When I did see it I wasn't really prepared, as I didn't have my camera ready, so I was now hoping it would hang around while I went to get it, anyway I did manage to get a couple of shots of it, admtittidly not very good ones.
H/Sparrow, Dunnock,Goldfinch, Greenfinch, Starling, W/Pigeon, Great Tit,
The only other species seen was a distant Sparrowhawk(ingoring my birds today) B/H/ Gulls, andmany Herring Gulls.
At the end of writing this post I can say that it is still snowing, and we are now at about 18 inches and counting.