Perfect for walking

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Pretty near perfect for walking: dappled shade in woodland this morning at the Kingfisher Bridge bird reserve near Ely:

A chaffinch and wren were serenading me when I took the photo. Shortly afterwards, a whitethroat happily hopped around a tree whilst singing its head off to advertise its presence, and just a little further on what looked like very recently fledged long-tailed tits flocked as a family in the way they always do - in the somewhat confusing plumage of their youth, but with the so distinctive outline already there to help identification. We saw no one else on this whole walk around the back of the reserve. The world was missing out.

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