The long-tailed tits were very busy nest building in the bramble thicket so I paused only briefly in their vicinity to marvel at their skill and artistry.
A male reed bunting appeared at close range in a blackthorn bush, but I could only capture the back of his head, then a blur as he flew off.
Out on the reservoir the black-headed bulls are looking very smart with their dark chocolate head gear, common gulls (about ten) are also now into breeding plumage, with clean white head plumage. A couple of lesser black-backed gull were loafing around showing off their yellow legs.
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