On a walk from Boverton to Llanmaes and then through fields to Frampton this afternoon saw the following:-
Pair of Bullfinch beside the B4265 – the male was hovering above a Hawthorn / Ivy / Bramble branch dropping down now and then to apparently pick things off the tops of the leaves – at one time he was doing a good imitation of a Hummingbird as it picked things off the side of said branch.
Flock of 21 Skylarks disturbed in a stubble field, also 1 Reed Bunting and 2 Yellowhammers and a few House Sparrows in a nearby hedge.
Single Redwing feeding in a grass field- I have never come across one completely alone before.
On return journey 1 Little Egret flying west and later a single one stood in the Colhugh (?) stream just S of Llanmaes.