The morning was cloudy and cool throughout, with a north-easterly gradually increasing in strength resulting in birds accumulating in the lee of south-west facing hedges.
The first hour was especially lively, with finches all over the place, and regular flocks of winter thrushes heading west. A party of 20 Redpolls flew around, and then a great surge of pigeons and Jackdaws heralded the appearance of an immature Peregrine.
So, overhead passage comprised 245 Fieldfares, 134 Redwings, and 80 Starlings. There was a big increase in finches, with 250 Linnets, and 70 Goldfinches in the ridge field. A few Siskins flew over, and when I did managed to see Redpolls perching up, they were all thought to be Lesser Redpolls.
So quite entertaining, but not quite Flamborough.