Another quiet day but it is June and bird life normally becomes pretty quiet by now, roll on late July and the first phylloscs.
this juvenile Reed Bunting is a mega in Regent’s and only the 3rd one that I have seen. We have had pairs on several occasions but quite often the eggs are predated on.
I only saw 1 male Sedge Warbler in area 5, the other male may have departed. Where he had been a Reed Warbler was collecting food. I did here a Sedge Warbler singing from inside the grounds of The Holme.
The nest where a chick was evicted in early April has at least two more chicks from the new pair. Dad arrives with breakfast.
The male from area 7 returned with a Perch only to find that his family had moved off to area 8 without telling him. In the end he did a circuit of area 7 before deciding that he would eat the Perch and then a few more Sticklebacks.