The cloud base was at 100 feet today, which might be ok, but perched in the Downs we're several hundred feet up from that and therefore shrouded in heavy fog. It did clear a little during the day which is when I caught this sequence of shots of a pair of mistle thrushes perched on the roof of the local 13th century barn.
Back in the garden, it was a very foggy last night (as it is tonight), which is why the quality of this video sequence is so poor. It starts with a fox cub and an adult male, and then slides into a sequence with the vixen and up to three tiny little cubs running around. And that's the reason for including it. Foggy or not, fox cubs always make it to this page.
Camera note: all shots taken with the Canon 7D and EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L USM IS lens.