A Ring Ouzel was discovered late afternoon on the 16th April on the south side of Easneye Wood. I went up the following day hoping it would still be there and thankfully it was. It lingered for at least 5 days and I managed to get quite a few photo's.
Quite often it would fly up into a hedge and be lost to sight, but on one occasion it was a little more forthcoming!
All in all, much better views than the Weston bird and good to see in the same field, Blackbird, Song Thrush, Mistle Thrush, Redwing and Fieldfare! If that was not enough, a White-fronted Goose was in the field nearby with a group of Greylag.
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