This cam usually starts streaming at 7:30 am local time, but was already streaming when I checked in at 7:15 am (8:15 pm my time), so your guess was right, RB. The sunrise was very bright - looks like it will be a sunny day, for a change!
The first Tit arrival was a bit later, around the usual time that I see them.
I was glad that the suet didn't break when any of the birds landed on it - it looks very precarious!
It was great to see the sun shining on the snow. If you look closely you can see a large bird on the ground (a crow?)
Slim pickings now. Left suet ball no longer a croissant and almost gone. Windy but sunny. Few birds...a tit here and there.Cam is now streaming one hour later than it was until about 1700 their time. Activity picking up after school. Notice light coming on in last pic.
Birds are still coming to the feeder, although there's almost nothing left. I hope there will be fresh fat and seeds soon.
The morning temperature fluctuated, going from -3.7C to - 4.8C; it was very dark and stormy for much of the time, with the occasional brief sunny spell, then heavy snowfall. There were few people about. A cat sauntered by (on one of the screenshots below). Tits visited occasionally - then a Bullfinch landed on the perch by the seeds!
Slimmer pickings today. Birds flying in now and then and getting what they can. Not much activity on a Sunday afternoon. Kids playing on the snowbank. I bet these folks are ready for spring and summer.
Temp above freezing at 1.5C / 35F as it gets toward sunset there. Suet balls replaced with more birdie visitors than when they were shrinking. I am still only seeing great tits and a few blue ones live. People must be happy to see the temp above freezing finally.