I had hardly got through the gate when I encountered a noisy flock of Long-tailed Tits feeding in the bushes either side of the path. I managed to catch this one mid-call.
As for the others, well it's a hard life, standing around yawning and preening.
I then moved on to the second hide which was far more lively. There was a Green Sandpiper feeding in the shallows, but on only one occasion looked in the direction of the camera.
But the star of the show today was the Grey Wagtail which was busy searching for food right in front of the hide, allowing lots of opportunities for shots.
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