Was moving to and from fence, pine tree and unknown species tree (have attached photo of tree also).
Saw one dunnock in plum street in middle of our backyard. Stayed for a few minutes then left. Our trees do not currently have any flowers or fruit. This lack of food as well as the presence of resident cats is keeping birds away from our backyard, though they are abundant in neighbouring properties (which are all resident free).
Saw one in trees behind house, very few fruiting plants in search area so very few birds seen in total.
In the not far away from the crowd,lots of sparrows forage gathering in crowds and groups under the thee, and some of them stood on the thee.
Several dunnocks flying by and calling.
I saw two Dunnocks frantically trying to fly out of the fully netted blueberry bushes near the vineyard. Such sneaky and speedy birds.
Saw a few of these on the lawn during morning and early evening. They were seen flying over as well and flew from grass to grape vines.
The dunnock (Prunella modularis) is a small passerine bird, or perching bird, found throughout temperate Europe and into Asia. It is by far the most widespread member of the accentor family, which otherwise consists of mountain species. Other common names of the dunnock include, the Hedge Accentor, Hedge Sparrow, or Hedge Warbler. The name "dunnock" comes from the Ancient British *dunnākos, meaning "little brown one."