But best of all were the small flocks of WOODLARKS flying over the gardens (and landing in some), driven down to the coast due to the snow-covered Karst. It happens almost always when it snows.
Another example of the hard-weather movement were FIELDFARES. In the morning I saw small, loose groups of birds flying along the ridge, heading SE. Also a fly-by Mistle Thrush was cool to see (increasingly regular now). A small non-identified object that flew over the house, could have possibly been a Redwing, but it was too far to identify properly. Pity!
Other birds recorded during the day included 1 Chiffchaff on the pine in the garden, 1 Raven along the karstic ridge, 2 Buzzards (one is the local wintering bird), 1 Hawfinch on a distant tree, then Dunnock, Robin, Blackbird ect.
This is how the "feeder area" looked like today
Blue Tit & Chaffinch
Sparrow mix & Chaffinch
The local wintering Buzzard