Sedge Warbler bringing food, Isle of Islay

Picture of a Sedge Warbler sitting on a branch, an insect in its beakOne of a pair of Sedge Warblers nesting just outside the RSPB hide at Gruinart. They returned regularly with some freshly caught insects to feed their young hidden in the nest in the undergrowth.

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