I am not alone in thinking the dunnock one of our most un-appreciated little birds. From a distance this is a dull brown bird, often skulking in the undergrowth searching for food, but also a confident songster perching on trees, hedges or fences declaring its territory with a short burst of song. When you see the plumage in detail, I trust you will agree that there is some rather impressive detail.
We see dunnocks in our garden every day, although rarely (if ever) on a feeder. They can, however, be persuaded to feed from tables or logs. I photographed this one at Barnwell Country Park last autumn.