Not sure, was difficult to photograph, possibly a sedge warbler but unable to see streak over eye
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That is a bold ID! It is unlikely as Water Pipits have generally moved away to breeding grounds by now (they don't breed in this country at all). The position of the bird within thick vegetation is unlikely for a Water Pipit, too, as they are more birds of open habitats.
As I said above, this bird cannot be identified from this one picture. If you had any other angles, that might help. Unfortunately, not every photo can lead to an identification and you may have to admit defeat over this one!
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I would have gone for Dunnock, too, if pushed. Personally, though, I would not go for a specific ID. It now goes on the carousel for Dunnock...but it could easily be something else!
I am going for Dunnock, Can just make out the grey bit around neck Thanks bobthebirder, Well done
Just be aware that it might not be! There are other birds which have grey on them!
I repeat what I said above about not having to give a definite ID to everything. I realise that you just want to give a name to a photo, which is fine, but it is very poor natural history recording to push an identification. One of the downsides to a site like iSpot is that it can lead people to believe that everything is identifiable from any photo...that is just not true!
Added another picture heavily edited, not very good but hgopefully this clears it up
Lat/Lng: 51.0743, -4.1597
OS grid ref: SS487327