Morning walk around Kelling. Not really expecting to see much but there were a few birds on the move.
A flock of c.150 Finches seemed to be wintering here. Mainly Greenfinches and Linnets.
A nice Short Eared Owl flew over being chased by a few of the resident Rooks and then headed back to the grassland area and landed.
This following Small Canada Goose was in amongst the other Canada Geese. It has apparently been in the area for at least a week (I would probably of overlooked it had it not been pointed out by one of the local birders)
It is a shame it has chosen Canada Geese rather than nearby Pink Feet to associate with. Small Canada Goose is still a bird I have not seen 'in the wild' having dipped a few in the past (in Norfolk) .
Even if it is of very dubious origin it was interesting to see how small Cackling (I presume this is the subspecies) are. It was almost the same size as a nearby Brent Goose
Apart from a Little Egret, 6 Bullfinch ... Nothing else of note was seen
Yesterday a flock of 6 Waxwing brightened up my walk into work as they flew over Cinema City / St Crispin in Norwich. The first birds I have seen this year, although many more to follow i'm sure