Sparrow sized, singing from the same wire for several minutes. Looks a bit like a juvenile bird but its singing suggests an adult. Any ID would be very welcome.
No interactions present.
I agree that this is a Dunnock and probably a Male as they are at their most vocal in the Spring. They love to find a prominent place to puff up their chests and sing their hearts out... Lovely. They used to be known as hedge sparrows and I would love to know why the name change?? My garden has plenty!!
Thanks to all. Somehow it didn't click with me that it is a dunnock as they are usually very neatly turned out. I think this one must have had a late night!
Lat/Lng: 51.732695, -5.200628
OS grid ref: SM790086
Marloes, in Pembrokeshire, about two miles inland from the coast.