Migrants obviously on the move today with 2 juvenile Blackcaps first thing feeding on Honeysuckle berries in the garden. Some unidentified phylloscs about at the same time though they were elusive in the trees - probably willow warblers or maybe Chiff-chaffs with them.
Mid-afternoon with that strong ESE very warm wind we had 40+ Swifts heading west in a tight feeding frenzy high up. Unusual to get so many this late in August but guess the weather conditions played a part. We enjoyed the sight as they drifted off high. They might be the last we see before next year but there might hopefully be a few singletons through in the next week or so.