The Dunnock and Reed Warbler shots were taken at St. Gothian Sands nature reserve yesterday, very early in the morning. The weather conditions were perfect for migrants but it seems I missed just about everything unusual, including a decent influx of Red Kites, Black Kite, Golden Orioles, Garganeys and Temminck's Stint. The best I could find were these two consolation prizes below. I even heard that I missed a single Red Kite at St Gothians later in the day! Perhaps the early bird doesn't always catch the worm.
EXIF Detail: Aperture Priority. Ap F/4. ISO 500. -0.3EV . Shutter Speed 1/160s. Centre weighted metering. Focal length 600mm.
The Reed Warbler EXIF is nearly the same except for : Shutter speed 1/200s. -0.7EV.