As the above has been answered may I politely ask what thiese are that I saw this morning flitting around, I just could not get a good shot, so sorry about the quality, would they be Wood Warblers per chance?
I'd go with willow although the yellow does look strong on the throat of the LHS bird. Shame he didn't turn towards you! Where abouts was it, did you hear them sing?
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I didn't hear them singing as there was a noisy Pilot Boat passing on the River Orwell at that time which leads me to say that the location was at Loompit Lake, Levington, Suffolk where there are plenty of trees, reeds and relative peace and quiet, I will look through the other pics in a little while if there are any of front elevation I will post here, thanks for the info.
Here you go Ian, not much better
Given your location and the above picture I would rule out wood warbler, their distribution confines them to areas further west. That leaves willow warbler and chiffchaff as the possibles and from this picture i'd be tempted to change my original suggestion and suggest chiffchaff on overall form and colour. However these two species are notoriously difficult to seperate, I would welcome anyone elses opinion on this!
Edit: I have split this thread from the orginal one and named it 'Warbler conundrum'.
Thank you very much Ian:-) Accept Chiffchaff, but we have had Wood warblers locally, the last one hung around on Sutton Heath Suffolk for 3 weeks and was last seen on June 9th
See here www.freewebs.com/.../june2012.htm but they are the exception rather than the rule:-)
Interesting, I figured you might be lucky to get a passage bird every spring out that far east but to have one stick around for so long must be pretty unusual for your neck of the woods!