The Garrison was quiet with a pair of Blackcap and a few Goldcrest.
A distant Wryneck was at Juliet's Garden and a Whimbrel was at Porthloo.
Peninnis held cracking Snow and Lapland Bunting, both feeding on the path. The Snow Bunting feeding by our feet. A Clouded Yellow butterfly was a life tick as it fluttered by in the strong northerly.
At Telegraph the Richard's Pipit showed pretty well, but it was hard to get a decent photo through the watching scrum.
Despite the cold weather there were plenty of butterfly with Clouded Yellow, Small Copper, Red Admiral, Comma and Speckled Wood. A detour to the dairy to twitch the Scarce Black Neck Moth (in a jar) was a success!