It’s a sunny, but windy, day at East Yorkshire’s birding hotspot of Flamborough Head. A small crowd has gathered outside a row of cottages near the tip of the headland in the hopes of seeing an Iberian Chiffchaff…
One of several birding walks I submitted to Bird Watching Magazine.
“Sheffield seems to be something of a Mecca for waxwings, which arrive in most winters to gobble up
the Steel City’s rowan and cotoneaster berries. Despite this fact, and me living there all my life, I’d
never seen one of these Scandinavian beauties…”