We had just arrived at the visitor centre yesterday when one of the staff said come and see this bird which we can't indentify.
We couldn't either, but it may have been a Tawny Pipit or a Richard's Pipit.
Can someone please help.
Reed Warbler IMHO, looking a bit out of context!
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It's a bit like having something like a Crossbill pecking around with the pigeons in the local market square isn't it......?
Every day a little more irate about bird of prey persecution, and I have a cat - Got a problem with that?
it's a Reed Warbler
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Thank you all for your replies. I at first thought it to be a Warbler, but it seemed to tall, upright and slim.