Small, calling out loudly from the top of a bush with its tail flicking back over its body.
A very streakey bird with a brown crown and black markings next to and down from the bill. It calls out in strong, musical warblings that attract your attention.
Often seen in pairs hopping around in the grass. They have a distinctive orange patch on the throat.
A thickset canary with a strong bill, often seen flying around in small groups.
A grey-brown bird with a little black face and an overall untidy appearance. Its long tail and behaviour will remind you of a mouse climbing up a tree or bush.
In summer this bird has black feathers with yellow patches on the shoulders and rump.
Stands stock-still looking for frogs and invertebrates to catch. It has a black crown and neck and displays a black and white underwing pattern in flight.
Also seen in pairs. The female has a buffy and brown colouring and is far less conspicuous than the boldly coloured male.