For people from central or southern Europe, from temperate North America and from all other continents, a bird for which they have to go especially to the far north of Europe and Asia to see it.
Usually, golden eagles land near the hide day after day in winter. Usually one eagle, sometimes two eagles, the local male and female. They have failed to land only on two days this winter. Late in the afternoon, we would find out that 13 March was the third day that winter. A few miles away, a moose had died. That attracted eagles and other carrion eaters more than the dead fox, squirrel and hare near the hide.
13:10: a red squirrel near the hide.
Again, a nuthatch.
Also again, a great spotted woodpecker.
And at last, at least the male half of the bullfinch couple comes closer.
So does a crested tit.