A nice small Lesser Redpoll - a typical Welsh breeding bird
A large pale Redpoll - presumably a Mealy - it's rump and back had a lot of white.
A large Redpoll with a lot of white in the back. Warm brown tones were replaced by darker tones. Note the butch looking expression.
Two Redpolls seen very early on. For a start not many Redpoll make landfall on the actual limestone pavements but today a few did using anything as a perch. Note the butch appearance, darker tones and the white face disks. The front bird also had a lot of white in the back.
Collared Doves on the move today - 13 logged.
Lots of Greenfinches are breeding in the gorse.
I've never known such a good year for Lesser Whitethroats. They are in full song around the cemetery and one was showing on the limestone pavements today!
What a fantastic display by the Peregrines today - this male saw off another male and engaged in aerial battle - once he saw him off he sat overlooking his kingdom with pride.
Siskins were involved in the Redpoll movement today, but in much smaller numbers.