A couple of hours on the patch in cool early morning weather enabled me to get better photos of one of the two Siberian Rubythroats still present. Interestingly I watched one of these birds eating a tiny frog! Whilst photographing it I also had brief views of a Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler.
Also seen this morning were a probable Claudia's Leaf Warbler seen badly, but calling - an unfamiliar rather monotone single note which caught my attention, but the bird disappeared before giving good enough views, and I have no sound recording of the call to compare (all recordings on Xeno Canto are of the song). Other notables today included one Grey-headed Canary Flycatcher, two Black-naped Monarchs and a posse of five Red-breasted Parakeets.