Today at the same window as during the national garden birdcount.
Then, there were few birds.
However, by now the birds really seem to really have discovered the house-shaped feeder put there during the birdcount day. I heard about long-tailed tits, but did not see any today.
I did see a blue tit at the feeder. Below it, looking for food dropped by the tit, a male blackbird. And a short-toed treecreeper. This was special, as I had seen this species before on trees; but not on pavement stones like today.
This is a short-toed treecreeper video.
A bit later, again a male blackbird; and a male chaffinch.
A great tit and a blue tit at the feeder. Two jackdaws in the tree behind them.
Then, a great spotted woodpecker at the feeder; a species which I had not seen before there.
Below the feeder, a robin and a Eurasian collared dove.
A short-toed treecreeper climbing the tree below the feeder.
A great spotted woodpecker in the next tree.
The treecreeper back on the pavement near the window again.
A bit further, a group of jackdaws and two jays.
The treecreeper climbs a big tree.
A blue tit at the feeder, a male blackbird below it.