The unseasonably mild weather continues with a high today of 14 degrees celsius. The wind was a fresh south-westerly.
Continuing along the road I reached Watton Brook where a flock of 50+ Siskins were seen in the tops of Alders where they were seen to feed upon cones.
I checked the Watton Brook Valley for signs of Stonechat, a species sometimes seen here, however, not today.
Ahead of me high over fields a raptor species was seen, it was a single Red Kite being mobbed by a Corvid species. A Buzzard was seen and calling over nearby woodland.
Further along Great Cressingham Road, yet another flock of 100+ Fieldfare wandering the fields and hedgerow trees, giving their familiar shack shack call as they flew off.
Back at the car with the sun setting fast, 3 Roe Deer emerged from woodland to feed in a nearby field.