I may be rural but have no views of fields and am also miles away from any water so it may be a little limited. At the time of writing my list stands at a rather mediocre 27
Red-legged Partridge (on the drive!)
Lesser Black-backed Gull
Hopefully the lockdown won't last long enough to get Swift!
On our daily 'permitted' walks Belinda and I have managed to do about 5 miles a day going in different directions from the house. Not much to report birdwise but I did manage to find a single 'False Oxlip' (Primsrose x Cowslip hybrid) on the edge of the village which I have reported to the Norfolk Flora Group. New stuff has included White Comfrey, Red Campion, Cowslips, Ground Ivy, Wood Forget-me-not, Ivy-leaved Speedwell, Borage, Greater Stitchwort and Common Whitlowgrass. Early Purple Orchids in Tyrrel's Wood are about a week away from flowering. A Red Velvet Mite sp was a good spot by Belinda in Tyrrel's.
'False Oxlip' (Primrose x Cowslip hybrid)
Red Velvet Mite sp