With snow on the ground and a walk rather a cycle into work, I didn't try for the Hawfinches today (I think we all need a break!), but instead posted a picture of St Margaret's church where the birds are residing. The first birds of the day were a couple of Black-headed Gulls sitting out on a snow-laden roof.
The byway alongside Oaken Wood was a real winter wonderland, and held 15x Yellowhammers along with small groups of Blue and Great Tits.
At work on the Research Station, East Malling, 14x Lapwings were seen flapping over south-west and some discarded crates of apples was the site of a Fieldfare feeding frenzy.