I watch the birds on and off from lunchtime to about 3.30p, along with a few photo's. The usual birds paid a visit to the feeders and ground feeding, along with two different one's, andthey was a solitary Redwing, and a Song Thrush. I tried to get photo's of them, the S/Thrush wasn't having any of it, and the Redwing made it very difficult staying deep in the bushes and tree's, only popping out very occasionally. The shots below was the best I could do. Hopefully now it has been here, it will come back again.
Other birds I too photo's of today was: Wood Pigeon
Collared Doves & Wood Pigeon
Long Tailed Tit's
And finally, I had lots of Gulls about, and at one stage I heard this squealing/squawking noise, and I looked out of the window and there was about 15 Gulls fighting over the scraps offood I put out, I would say there was c5 Common Gulls, and c 11 B/H/Gulls, many of them touched down in the garden, grabbed a beakful and off they went.
The complete list of species seen today was:
Song Thrush, Starling, Blackbird(m6,f3), Redwing(1), Long Tailed Tit(9), Great Tit (m2) Blue Tit( 11 in one sighting), Dunnock(2), Robin, Chaffinch, Goldfinch, Greenfinch, House Sparrow, Collared Dove(14), Wood Pigeon(2), Common Gull(c5), B/H/Gull(c11), Blackcap(m1), Reed Bunting(m4,f2).