A few more added this morning.

I have decided to do a Lockdown Bird List - see how many different birds I can photograph from the bedroom window.  Started today with this initial 12.  (Skylark, Magpie, Wren, Buzzard, Long Tailed Tit, Great Tit, Red Legged Partridge, Herring Gull were also seen, but no photos, so they don't count yet).

Heard the first Chiffchaffs of the year in the woods this week, and went out for a photo today.  Also, a Long Tailed Tit, and a pair of Marsh Tits.  We've had Marsh Tits on the garden feeders this Winter, but this is the first time I've seen them in the woods.

Went to have a quick look at the Salisbury Cathedral Peregrines first thing.  Both adults about, but not a huge amount of action and no food being brought in yet.  Will need to try again in a few weeks I think.

I then went off to look for Goshawks in the woods.  Only managed a single sighting, but quite nice views.

Also, lots of Firecrest singing today in the woods.  Starting to feel like Spring.

A day out in Dorset today, taking advantage of a relatively sunny day without too much wind.  First stop Radipole in Weymouth where I managed to find a Penduline Tit. Got a few nice photos.  But by the time I'd put the message out on Twitter and others turned up, it had gone in to hiding.

Also at Radipole, a Bearded Tit and Long Tailed Tit.

Late morning I popped into Arne.  Wind was picking up, but found a Treecreeper.  And on the the other side of Middlebere, there was a very active Firecrest near the National Trust hide.  Difficult to get a clean photo, but managed a couple.