As this thread has died a death since early March I'll try and kick off the spring sightings in our county.
While looking for Emperor Moths on the moorland either side of the Brizlee Wood road to the radar station (on Alnwick Moor) we saw a nice selection of birds:
Common Buzzard x 2
Ring Ouzel x 2
Willow Warbler and Chiff Chaff calling
Thought the Kite was a decent record for that part of the north east. No wing tags showing on this bird.
I also had Cuckoo and Wheatear at this site last year.