I made a rare sortie to south Suffolk for the Short-toed Treecreeper this morning - without too much hope of seeing it.
However, after a short time it kindly re-trapped itself and the ringers kindly showed it to the gathered crowd before releasing it. After release, it performed nicely, if a little elusively. Note on the images the saw-tooted distal edge to the pale band across the primaries, the broad pale edge to the alula and the primary spacings. In the field it was notably mealy, with the gingery tail contrasting with the upperparts.
David Fairhurst has posted a few on Stop Press gallery.