Yellowhammer: Lovely morning at a very bright but muddy Astley moss. The place was full of the sound of male Yellowhammers singing and I saw and counted six males and four females, but I assume there was lost more I missed.
Common Buzzard: I didn't venture too far and spent most of my time waiting on the main drive, where I places some seed.
While perched here I also counted three Common buzzard two soaring high and one pretty low the adjacent field and a pair of Grey Partridge.
Sparrowhawk: After getting my fill of the hammers I decided to walk over to the barn just past the houses and opposite the moss itself, checking out the surround fields.