Fieldfares and Redwings where the notable birds on my walk at the Fisheries this morning. The flocks were very mobile as they fed in the paddocks and on pasture land, lovely birds to see, berries have now all but gone on the trees and shrubs. Great Tits and Blue Tits were very vocal as the sun appeared from behind the clouds and warmed the air. I was pleased to have sightings of 5 possibly 6 Bullfinches though once they spot you they take flight! A couple of Siskins perched for a few seconds atop a tree and a Wren was busy feeding in the brambles. I had great views for a good 10 minutes of a male Sparrowhawk preening in the sunshine as it perched low on a tree branch. It made a pleasant change from watching one devouring it's prey!! Apart from a couple of Pied Wagtails in a paddock the above bird species were the only one's seen this morning. As I made my way down the track to return home a huge flock of Woodpigeons were feeding in one of the fields and suddenly took flight, I looked to see what had spooked them, it was a Sparrowhawk, possibly the one I had been watching preening!