and found it perched on one of the stone walls beyond Pendleside Farm, easy!
It was feeding on the edge of the field and returning back to the wall as a perch.
The bird was quite tame and i got within fifteen yards without bothering it. Several Wheatears
also fed in the field.
With the Black Redstart "in the bag" so quickly, i had time to visit Upper Foulridge.
Not a great deal was to be seen, although a single House Martin was my first for
the year. A Great-Crested Grebe was showing well as were several Sand Martins
and Swallows on the wires.