Beautiful songster, thought it was chaffinch when first flew into tree.
No interactions present.
have plenty of these in the garden and easy to identify - underneath not so easy
Dunnock do have a sweet little song, which stands out at this time, when many other birds have not really got going yet. However, it is nothing compared to the fluting tones of a Nightingale. The difference would really strike you! Worth remembering that Nightingales are a migrant, as well, and so will still be well south of us at the moment. They don't usually come back until late April/May.
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this is a great sharing site - thanks for the info - will remember this.
Lat/Lng: 51.3755, 1.3252
OS grid ref: TR315692
tree lined enclosure to open recreation ground at back of house