Several fieldfares, flying around, calling loudly above the streets. I watched them with delight but they had flown before the birdwatching group arrived.
One treecreeper spiralling its way up the tree, from the back its variegated brown plumage lets it blend in with the tree trunk, from the side, though, its white tummy isvery visible.
One kestrel hovering very low to the top of the hill. By the time we had climbed the hill though, hoping for a better view, the kestrel had entirely disappeared!
Three male bullfinches, lined up in a row in the top branches of a bush, their dark pink breasts glowing beautifully.
One female bullfinch, disappearing into another bush, from where she called constantly, a quiet call.
Blue tits, robins and wrens everywhere!
Easter Craiglockart Hill this morning.
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