Sedge Warbler (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus)

A summer visitor to the UK, it likes dense vegetation near lakes and rivers. Many of these were photographed at Rutland Water nature reserve in the UK. In Autumn it returns to central or southern  Africa. The nest is usually supported by growing vegetation less than 50cm from the ground. The 5 - 6 eggs will hatch after 13 days. They often have more than one brood.

Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus)

A summer visitor it heads for reeds around lakes or along rivers in may parts of Europe. It is usually difficult to photograph as it moves very quickly among the many reeds, so obtaining an uncluttered shot may take a while. The nests are woven around the stems of plants, especially common reed usually over water. The 3 - 5 eggs hatch in 9 - 12 days.

Garden Warbler (Sylvia borin)

On the edge of woodlands where the undergrowth is thickest, this mall bird can often be seen. This is it’s summer home where it can feed on the numerous small insects. It winters in central and southern Africa. It’s cup shaped nest is built in low bushes where 4 - 5 eggs will hatch after 11 days, the young will fly 10 days later.