1 of several Reed Buntings at Dengemarsh in the rime frost
In general it is very quiet at the moment, though count of 340+ Russian White-fronted Geese at various sites around the peninsular today was the standout highlight, though I can't be 100% sure that some weren't double counted. The Black-throated Diver was still on the New Diggings along with 4 Goldeneye, a large Tit flock on the causeway held 2 Firecrests, 3 Goldcrests and at least 20 Long-tailed Tits. At the ARC I couldn't find either the Dusky Warbler or the Glossy Ibis though both could easily still be present, plenty of squealing Water rails and several unseen calling Bearded Tits.
At Scotney the Long-tailed Duck is still on its favoured lake per JY.
The 2w Iceland Gull is still making intermittent appearances at The Patch per DW.
Dengemarsh in the freezing fog
A new viewpoint has been cut into the brambles at Hookers
Gadwall on Ice at Hookers
Pintail at Hookers
Storm damage to Scott Hide
Black Redstart on the football club fence, year ticked from the garden.
Goldeneye on Burrowes
1 of at least 6 Great White Egrets around
At least 128 Russian White-fronted Geese on the Boulderwall Fields today
Another 23 White-fronts were in the Whimbrel field by the entrance track
At least another 86 white-fronts opposite Cockles Bridge
There were at least another 90 White-fronts at Dengemarsh making a total of 340 today though there could be some double counting.