Very little change, the only new species was a Whinchat , so just a few photos from a pleasant morning in the park.
Whinchat: a juvenile was in brambles by the chat bush, however when it dropped in just after 6.00am it did land on the chat bush(gorse bush).
This juvenile Kestrel didn’t help matters when I looking for the Whinchat mid morning. He/she was dropping down on the abundant insects in that area.
A fresh plumaged Lesser Whitethroat is my favourite autumn migrant, well lets say early autumn migrant.
Which one to choose?
juvenile Reed Warblers seem to be being fed in most of our reed beds or the shrubberies that are near the reeds.