Whilst looking for the Spoonbills at Burton Mere, there were plenty of warblers in and around the reed areas. I managed to catch up with my first Sedge Warbler of the year. A very showy bird. Singing loudly and marking out it's territory.
Reed Warblers and Common Whitethroat were also in abundance. The Reed Warblers only gave fleeting views as they were constantly foraging in the reeds.
Standing next to one of the pools, a Grey Heron.
A Reed Warbler.
Distant views of the Sedge Warbler.
A Common Whitethroat in full song.
Hello, nice outing and great bird sightings. The Grey heron shot is beautiful and I love the singing Whitethroat. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Great captures, Adam. Looks like a wonderful area for wildlife sightings.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots of the birds.ReplyDelete
sing to me solitary birdsReplyDelete
The whitethroat is aptly named. Attractive bird it is.ReplyDelete
Also, the grey heron is posed so well...what a terrific series of photos.
And, thanks again, so much, for adding your post link at I'd Rather B Birdin'.
Nice post! Love the grey heron especially!ReplyDelete
Herons are such stately birds...ReplyDelete