Cosmeston

Lots and lots of Blackcaps singing today, the pictured one high in a tree. The Wren was singing in the reeds by the dipping pond, and the Cormorant was drying its wings by E lake. In a dense clump of bushes and trees 100m past the dragonfly pond, I’m pretty confident I had a singing Reed Warbler which is a bit unexpected considering how far it is away from suitable breeding habitat there. Here’s a link to a short vid on youtube – no bird, but the song coming from the bushes! … https://youtu.be/yoZBTwJmqfg There were some nice twisted branches in Cogan Wood which I took a nice image of but the B&W high contrast version works pretty well.

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