It was good to see two pairs of bullfinches feeding on buds in the woodland burial ground today. They were in exactly the same spot as I photographed them last year feeding on blossom. I didn't take the camera so the images are from 2021. We had a pleasant walk in the sun with Jet and despite being only 5C it felt warm in the sun. It was difficult to believe that a second storm in two days, Corrie this time, was headed our way. Apart from the bullfinches the other highlight was a large flock of long-tailed tit foraging in the plantation. Although the ground is drying out it was soft enough to take the impressions of the roe deer prints. Snowdrops in flower nor and hazel catkins beginning to shrivel.
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