Good numbers of Auks close in to the shore still.
Numbers of these building along the North East coast.
Souter Lighthouse seems to attract hundreds of snails. No Song Thrushes around to enjoy the feast.
So far weather has not been too good along the East coast but hopefully in a couple of weeks we'll get a few Goldcrests and Redwing. Amazing numbers of American Birds however have been blown across the Atlantic by a series of storms. Not sure whether that is good to see though. I would think for every one seen in Britain a large numbers on the same path ditch into the sea. Then the ones which do make it will probably not make it back and so are doomed to an unproductive few years.