14th November

With the fresh breeze having backed toward the south there was less on the move overhead today, with Wood Pigeons and finches reduced to a mere trickle in comparison with the last couple of days. Woodlarks featured well, with 5 at Shepherd's Dinner and a single at the Bill, but quality was otherwise limited to the long-staying Firecrest at the Obs, a Black Redstart at Blacknor and a reappearance of the even longer staying Red-legged Partridge at the Bill. Three Red-throated Divers, a Velvet Scoter and a Great Skua passed though off the Bill.

One of the Woodlarks at Shepherd's Dinner © Martin Adlam Port and Wey Blog: