Been a couple of weeks since I checked Besor reservoir. Lots of water, lots of insects and lots of birds. Started with a couple of Ortolan, a couple of newly arrived Rufous Bush Robins, a pair of Roller displaying and checking out nest holes. Bee-eaters aplenty and masses of Blackcaps. The reed beds were teeming with Reed Warblers. Noticed a movement in the vegetation at the water's edge - Baillon's Crake! Very skulking, didn't come out into the light for a decent photo.
The pair of Ferruginous Duck were present as was this Black-tailed Godwit - a nice surprise for this site and I cannot remember the last time I saw one here.