This morning I went on the Karst to get a bit of sun, as the coast was completely wrapped in thick fog for several days (and still it is!). Some really fantastic views opened in front of me as I walked towards mount Stena, near Bazovica: complete sunshine all across the Karst plateau... and thick fog as long as you descend towards the coast (see pics above). The highlight was a nice WALLCREEPER on the cliffs at the same spot as usual - showing pretty well I must say! In the pine wood there was a mega-load of buzzing Coal and Crested Tits as well as some Crossbills in medium sized flocks. Also a Buzzard and two Ravens.
Local patch: in the morning a Blue Tit was feeding on the fatball I just put out yesterday. The usual Great Tits were taking seeds from the RSPB birdfeeder... but not even touching the fatball!