The first signs of nesting began on 8th March, when this photograph was taken (sorry about the lens cap!) As you can hopefully see, the "nest" at this time is just a few pieces of grass.
8th March 2015
By the time this second picture was taken some 2 weeks later there is a much more recognisable cup shape appearing.
22nd March 2015
The third picture shows a well developed nest and the final picture, taken this evening, shows the first 2 eggs of the 2015 season.
8th April 2015
14th April 2015
The average brood size is between 2-5 eggs, with each new egg laid daily, so I'll check back at the weekend to see how the clutch has developed.