There were good numbers of Red-legged Partridge but I couldn't find any of the hoped for Grey Partridge. Chaffinches and Greenfinches were singing well, along with Dunnock and Robin. I could also hear a distant Song Thrush. Failed to find any Yellowhammers, infact I never saw or heard a single bunting! Skylarks were good value, but the stars of the morning had to be the Common Buzzards. The most together in one group was four, but with four other single birds seen and a pair mating in a distant tree! I had to be in double figures for the morning. They were always just too far away for a decent photograph, the one below is heavily cropped. All in all an enjoyable morning.
Just noticed that she may possibly have a problem with what looks like a piece of yellow plastic attached to her beak. It certainly wasn't obvious at the time or when I uploaded the original images.