Westleton Heath

Dartford Warbler
One of the great things about my job, apart from working all over East Anglia, is that I can choose where to have my breaks. Last Thursday (21st April) I was working in Saxmundham, Suffolk. The most obvious place to have lunch was on Westleton Heath. It was a cold, windy, day so I didn't expect many birds. I did see some fantastic stuff though sometimes hard to see.
A little bit of leg work produced two of my favourite birds. A pair of Nightingales and several male Dartford warblers. Blackcap, Wood Lark, Stonechat and Siskin were also seen. 

Dartford Warbler