Peter B was lucky enough to get a close-up view of a Goldcrest on his garden table today. Maybe it was tired or hungry, or just fancied a rest - either way it stayed around long enough for Peter to get his camera. This is probably a female, as the crown strip in the males often has a more orangy tinge.
Andy M finally managed to catch up with the Starling murmuration at dusk over the Granta Park lake, which has been going on for a couple of weeks now. Small flocks of Starlings start to gather and circle around, gradually building to this flock of around 1000-1500 birds, seen at 3:30pm, just before plunging into the reedbeds to roost.
Andy also took a short video (click on link below to view)
Starling Murmuration - Granta Park