There were some good birds in the total however including 2 Thrush Nightingales, another Red-breasted Flycatcher, 3 Common Rosefinches and 2 Icterine Warblers. Other migrants consisted of a Wood Warbler, 2 Garden Warblers, 7 Whitethroats, 3 Chiffchaffs, a Spotted Flycatcher and a Siskin.
If you squint and hold him up to the sun, there maybe some red coming through on the latest RBF!
The first Siskin to be caught since 3rd April was probably a failed breeder as she had a big brood patch just starting to dry out and go wrinkly!
There were a few other birds around the garden through the morning with a Golden Oriole calling before flying off over the station, a Hawfinch which dropped in briefly, a singing Redpoll and 2 late Bramblings. A singing Marsh Warbler was the only bird of note at Kroghage in the afternoon.