The small birds of Kent Proved elusive. At Dungeness there were loads of warblers, Sedge, Reed, Whitethroat, Cettie's plus Linnets, Wren, Reed Bunting.
Similarly on some of the other reserves we visited. I spent a few hours gazing into reed beds but everything flew off before I managed any decent shots. The one exception was the Sedge pictured here and then I only got one click of the shutter before it thought better of it. The Reed Bunting was slightly hidden by Reeds but it proves it was in the right setting. The female Bearded Tit was quite a distance away from my lens at 500mm, where there was a little group, but too far of for decent shots so I post purely for the record, my first actual shot of Bearded Tit.