A lovely sunny day, fresh to start off with but warming nicely later, and no wind, thank goodness. Ideal conditions to be outdoors. I must make the best use of these days before the temperatures climb too high and photography becomes a challenge with the heat haze.
There was another wave of Wagtails and Pipits passing through. Here from the left is a Yellow Wagtail, A Red-throated Pipit and a Tree Pipit.
Willow Warblers were on every small bush today. Here is a nice crisp image of one
A male Semi-collared Flycatcher was hawking insects from this low branch. Unfortunately he would only very briefly venture out into the sunlight, so I was unable to get a sharper image
An inquisitive Common Red Fox stopped to have a look at me before moving on
Other species included: Ortolan Bunting, Red-vented Bulbul, Slender-billed Gull, Squacco Heron, Masked Shrike, Crested Lark, European Bee-eater, Northern Wheatear, Common Redstart, Pied Wheatear, Indian Silverbill, Common Redshank, Daurian Shrike, Little-ringed Plover, Sand Martin, Common Swift, Common Greenshank, Green Sandpiper, Common Sandpiper, Eurasian Hoopoe and the usual suspects.