Male and female yellowhammer. First sighting at this location for 10+ years.
No interactions present.
There appear to be at least 3 different birds here, and at least one of them isn't a yellowhammer. The male bird in the second photo is most peculiar. It could just be a trick of the light but it looks far too well-marked for a yellowhammer. It looks a bit like a cirl bunting, but also a bit like a pine bunting, and a bit like a yellow-breasted bunting! Possibly an escaped hybrid aviary bird.
Lat/Lng: 51.395855374975, -0.060462355613708
OS grid ref: TQ350680