The Burgess Field SPOTTED FLYCATCHER is being very cooperative: this is now it's third day in the same location. It is more or less faithful to a Willow tree just past the spoil heap on the cinder path that runs along the west side of the reserve just as it starts to bend around to the right and where the first turn-off is to the left. However when myself and Thomas Miller were there this morning it was seen to do quite a large circuit all the way along the hedgerow to the railway line side and then back along the next hedgerow south to get back to the tree. It generally sits at the top of the tress and bushes which makes it comparatively easy to keep track of. Well worth a visit!