It's that time of year, when a young(ish) woman's thoughts turn to taking bad photos of newly arrived warblers on her local patch. Tuesday dawned sunny, and I was on my way to Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve by 6am. Arriving at the reserve, the first thing I noticed was two fat Rabbits inside the wildlife garden, where they are Not Supposed To Be (there are gates and a fence to keep them out). I decided this probably wasn't my problem, and instead busied myself trying to photograph the Garden Warbler that was singing lustily from trees behind the garden. I didn't have much luck so went into the Grebe hide, noting Coal and Marsh Tit among the birds coming to the feeders.