On a walk yesterday at RSPB North Warren in Suffolk we were listening to a Nightingale singing in a nearby bush. It stopped singing and the little bird below appeared above us, first picture, then flew a little way off, second and third pictures. We didn't hear any more singing from the bush and does look more like a Willow Warbler than a Nightingale but we are not sure. As for Chiffchaff we hadn't hear any at that point.
Any help much appreciated.
Question - could it be a Garden Warbler? Pity we can't read the ring
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