With two cats in the family, bird feeding tends to be of the hanging variety, to avoid feline temptation. This is good for the tits, but less good for ground-feeders like blackbirds, robins and dunnocks.
These unfortunates hang around the feeders anyway, trying to work out how to get a mouthful - normally they pick up scraps that fall, but the dunnock has now managed to leap from a nearby twig and hang on for long enough to get a peck.
Under the cliffs, a kestrel lies dead - one of the pair that bred this summer?
But on a happier note, the male Black Redstart is still hanging around the far end of the range.