I had known that there had been a Waxwing flock of varying size at the Bounty pub in Strood for a number of weeks. So when reports filtered through on social media that the trees they had been feeding on were virtually stripped of their berries I thought I better get up there before they left the area, so planned a trip for the following day. Despite a cloudy weather forecast I awoke to a beautiful clear day with a thick hoar frost covering the ground. I met with my friend Sean en route and we made our way over to Strood. Arriving in the pub car park we were informed by a birder that there had only been one Waxwing sighted today and that the main flock were suspected to have moved on. We waited around for a while and managed to get a few shots when the bird briefly moved out to the edge of the tree.