Lots of Buzzard activity out on Plex in the (almost) warm February sun; birds getting chased by Carrion Crows and Jackdaws whenever the opportunity arose for the corvids.
Sadly a fine ringtail Hen Harrier that cut through low over the stubble north of Plex Moss Farm was less obliging, hunting low and fast, just a foot or so off the ground before I lost it behind some vegetation.
Great to see one of these cool raptors out here again though.
Kestrel and Sprawk hunting too, with Corn Bunting, Mistle Thrush and Linnet singing, and a few hundred Pinkies still distant between Plex and Carr Moss.
Back at Dempsey Towers a nice male Siskin was a pleasing arrival at the feeders - first one I've seen here this winter, perhaps they are starting to move (they usually do round about now)?
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies...