Apologies in advance that don't have a great camera, and I'm very new to bird watching so this may be an obvious one I need help with!
Had an enjoyable day at RSPB Dungeness recently and looking back at photos I took to retrospectively identify them using a guide book, and there's a few birds I'm having trouble identifying (pic 1 is a 2 for 1!) and hopefully someone much more knowledgable than me can help! They're probably sparrows and I'm overthinking it :-)
Thank you in advance
Bottom picture is a Common Whitethroat
Top picture is a female Reed Bunting, and I think the bird with its back to you is a Sedge warbler, not easy to tell, but it has a very distinctive eyebrow.
Middle picture not sure, but could be female Linnet
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