I have a pair of Collared Doves at Barkisland with new nest, no eggs yet. This mild spell might induce them. It’s in a big evergreen shrub, their usual site. (Update – 2 eggs at 11.30am on 23rd Dec. two is their usual clutch size, in common with most dove species; I have seen three, but this could have been a case of egg “dumping” by another female.)
Starlings aren’t common in my garden, but a chattering coming from round the side of the house prompted me to look and there was one just coming out of the box, and his/her mate up on the troughing. This box was first used by them last summer. I’m not aware of them nesting unseasonably, but they’re obviously booking their spot for later.
Not nesting but feeding, I had a Goldcrest in a large Norway Spruce in Hanson Lane yesterday, one that was probably a Christmas tree many years ago. The bird seemed out of context, among the terraced streets.