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    IDs please RSPB Ham Wall, UK.

    If you compare the two birds in picture 4 point for point, making allowances for the difference in posture, the plumage matches exactly. I think they're both Reed Warblers. The upper bird doesn't seem to have any of the rufous tones in the wing that a Whitethroat should have.