A trip out to the fields around the Bill on a very cold day to see the birds forced south by the snow.
The first bird filmed was this hovering kestrel, one of three seen this morning.
Notice how it keeps its head absolutely still even though the wind is blowing hard.
The next field was literally covered with fieldfares, with plenty of redwings and song thrushes dotted about as well.
They never let us get very close though so this is a fairly ropey video taken from a good distance away.
Crossing the Reedy Ditch, we could see that there was a good flow of water, so we walked over to the cliff to look at the waterfall.
The Reedy Ditch brings water from the spring at Culverwell under the Bill road to the cliff edge, where it cascades over a cave roof straight into the sea. In recent years it has been dry most of the time, the water disappearing into the fields before reaching the cliff. Not this winter.