Spent the morning in the Tame valley, at least the Southern end of it. Main aim was to try and catch up with summer migrants. First target, Garden warbler, seemed to be common in Kingsbury Water Park with at least 3 birds around the Broomey Croft car park, including this very showy individual.
Garden warbler, Kingsbury Water Park
Cuckoo was heard but not seen and at Shustoke Res. the 1st summer Kittiwake was still present but generally a disappointing mornings birding until a Hobby showed well over Bentley woods, Atherstone on the way home.