It was quiet on the disused railway line last night. No Barn Owl activity but I was expecting that after the signs pointed to the owls fledging, though I have some doubts they have fledged as I've read Eleanor and Neil's blog of Barn Owl ringing just up the road and their owls don't look ready to leave the nest. Mind you this pair nested a bit earlier so I'm hoping they were successful. I found by accident another Barnie site too but have that under observations only at the moment as it's on private land and didn't fancy drawing attention to the Barn by photographing from the verge of a busy road...more at a later time.
There was however plenty of juvenile warblers on the railway line though. Mostly Whitethroats but also Sedge Warbler, Swallows and Bullfinch. Couldn't locate the Lesser Whitethroat's just silence where the nest was, missed them obviously.
I did get from one nest site an adult Whitethroat tempting the young out of the nest.
These two images of the adult at the nest