As the roads over Haldon were closed and I'm ahead of my work (with some time put in this evening), we took advantage of the weather to have an invigorating - o other word for it - walk around the village. Not many birds around; Yellowhammer, Chaffinch, Meadow Pipit, corvids and Woodpigeons, Redwing, Song Thrush and Blackbird, but on our return we found the remains of a pigeon's nest (Woodpigeon? Collared Dove?), with two eggs with almost full-sized embryos lying smashed in the road. Wouldn't have made it anyway in these conditions, but it goes to show how early nesting will begin!
Our by-now familiar view, this time with semi-abandoned car at bottom of field.
Trees with drifting snow piling through the hedge, on the road heading out of Hennock towards the reservoirs