After looking at the balcony birds this morning, we went through the snow to the cemetery.
This video is called The Eurasian Siskin (Carduelis spinus).
In a tree to the left of the entrance, about five siskins.
The bird in the upper right branch was not a siskin, but a hawfinch.
Great spotted woodpecker, nuthatch and blackbird sounds.
Six jays in a tree a bit further.
As we walk back, in the big tree near the exit, eight hawfinches and a siskin. And a magpie in a branch two meter under them.
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