Readers have been sharing their pictures of waxwings spotted in Malvern.

The birds live in Scandinavia and Easter Europe but often visit the UK in winter.

This year, a particularly high number of waxwings have made the journey and some can currently be found off Guarlford Road, feasting on mistletoe berries.

Bob Jones is among the residents to stop by and take some photographs of the birds, which are a favourite among birdwatchers.

Tony Armstrong-Sly said he was one of many people stopping by to see the waxwings. "Even the police stopped by," he added.