It seemed that it was bringing every other Tit species apart from the Marsh variety. It was cold with the odd downpour thrown in, but it meant the birds were quite active and gave me plenty of opportunity to photograph them at relatively close quarters. All of them had wonderful plumage and they looked in good shape and set for Spring.
The Marsh Tit don't show while I was there, but here is the bird I photographed last week at Sculthorpe Moor.
One of the many Blue Tits that was busy at the feeding station.
The Coal Tit. I was very grateful of the hide to be able to photograph this bird. They're so fast, but this guy was very comfortable, and I was even able to photograph it eating. A first for me, as they normally bolt off to the safety of a tree to eat.
Eating a sunflower heart from between it's tiny feet.
A very handsome and shiny looking Great Tit.