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  1. Goldfinch

    Goldfinch

    TTW.
  2. Black-throated Diver

    Black-throated Diver

  3. starlings

    starlings

    Not a great photo for some but i`ve never seen a flock of starlings here till yesterday for many years...lovely to see one again....
  4. brambling

    brambling

    brambling
  5. Tufted Duck Female

    Tufted Duck Female

    A few on lake
  6. FIELDFARE

    FIELDFARE

    Fieldfare
  7. Yellowhammer

    Yellowhammer

  8. egyptian goose

    egyptian goose

    in the cold water too.......
  9. IMG_3400.JPG

    IMG_3400.JPG

    Treecreeper
  10. Kestrel

    Kestrel

  11. Moorhen.jpeg

    Moorhen.jpeg

  12. House Sparrow .jpg

    House Sparrow .jpg

    House Sparrow
  13. Lesser Redpoll female

    Lesser Redpoll female

    Around feeders these are excellent feeders here
  14. Lesser Redpoll male

    Lesser Redpoll male

    2 seen around feeders
  15. Marsh tit.jpg

    Marsh tit.jpg

    Marsh Tit another hour spent in the garden shed / hide😊
  16. Beachy Head + Light House

    Beachy Head + Light House

    Image taken at top of Beachy Head (World famous suicide spot) looking down at Beachy Head Light-house.
  17. Goldfinch

    Goldfinch

  18. Wood Mouse

    Wood Mouse

    Another shot of this lovely little Wood Mouse. TTW.
  19. Herring Gulls 3007.jpg

    Herring Gulls 3007.jpg

    Herring Gull juveniles having a scrap
  20. Dunnock 5764.jpg

    Dunnock 5764.jpg

    Dunnock
  21. Little Egret 2161.jpg

    Little Egret 2161.jpg

    Little Egret
  22. Canada Goose

    Canada Goose

    Canada Goose
  23. Greedy Magpie

    Greedy Magpie

    All the snow has gone now. TTW.
  24. Common Sandpiper in the rain

    Common Sandpiper in the rain

    Common Sandpiper in the rain
  25. Robin

    Robin

    Thank you for the very kind comments on the portly (!!) pheasant. A robin for today.
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