During my recent searches for Warblers I have inevitably encountered others.
This Linnet was on top of a Hawthorn catching the last of the days sunshine
A Reed Bunting flew across my path and rested on top of this hedge before diving down amongst the reed bed
I find the Yellow Hammer very difficult to get anywhere near. If I hear that single 'tsit...tsit' call, I walk somewhere near and stand,and wait, and with a bit of luck it will make its way to one of the topmost perches and offer a chance of good view.
That is what happened here.
They may not be exotic, but they are colourful.