A few days ago, the 1st winter Eastern Yellow Wagtail was still present in the Kittidown area However, it was only seen briefly yesterday morning.
The EYW was in the paddock very briefly.
And in the cattle field the Citrine Wagtail showed well
This female Chaffinch was also in the cattle field
Good numbers of winter thrushes in including this Icelandic Redwing at Holy Vale
There were 3 Black Redstart on the quay wall
With another 4 Black Redstart at Little Porth including a cracking male
The day before I found the Citrine Wagtail and EYW feeding together in the horse paddocks at the stables
The Citrine Wagtail was showing down to a few meters
While the Eastern Yellow Wagtail kept it's distance
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