I spent another morning in the field watching out for migrants.
Here is a Red-spotted Bluethroat in early morning light.
A female European Stonechat hopping around on the ground looking for a snack.
A Corn Bunting warming up in the morning sun on a nice exposed perch.
An Isabelline Wheatear chasing insects on the ground.
This Squacco Heron spent some time on this floating algae bed in the middle of the storage dam, and took the opportunity to carry out some preening.
A Little Ringed Plover was busy replenishing reserves.
There were a few Little Stint present as well as a lone Temminck's Stint (no image)
This Woodchat Shrike has been around for a while, and I finally connected with this striking bird.
A lovely crisp image of a confiding male Common Kestrel.