For those that have not been to Bempton Cliffs RSPB or not for a long time a visit always produces Tree Sparrows which are frequently in the hedge row and bushes immediately outside the door of the visitors centre leading onto the reserve.
There are now a number of birds feeders in this location, and nesting boxes which seems to make the presence of these birds even more certain.
Yesterday was a nice bright sunny day, less so at Bempton but a nice bit of light at the right time gave me these shots. Tree Sparrows always seem such characters. Maybe a strange posting from England's premier mainland sea bird colony.