Didn't have much time today but managed to find the Wood warbler high up in the Birches at Ladywalk N.R. The bird was fairly mobile and not very vocal giving out occasional trills but not getting into full song. There were also a few Willow warblers and Blackcap around as well as the more numerous Chiffchaffs. On the way home popped into Shustoke Res.; just 3 or so Common Terns and the persistent Kittiwake still on site. I was also shown an area near Hurley with up to 18 Northern Wheatear in the same field, quite a sight.
Wood warbler, Ladywalk N.R.