I have not seen many Sedge Warblers (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus) this year, but certainly heard a few of them.
So fortunately while I was standing on a bridge this week I noticed one moving amongst reeds feeding on insects. It looks like it could be a first year 'Sedge' and although must have seen me, didn't take a lot of notice and carried on frantically searching for food. No doubt trying to fatten up sufficiently for its long flight South later on in the year. (I frantically carried on taking shots of it).
It then flew across the river and whilst I was still taking shots of it, a Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) came into the shot.
So it was double fortune as I had not seen many 'Reeds' this year either.