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Yellow browed Warbler

Posted by pete marsh 
Yellow browed Warbler
September 30, 2019 03:14PM
A single distant call at about 0830 was thought to be this species but we didn't have time to look and presumably it joined a small tit flock and was caught and ringed an hour later

Also a fairly late possibly eastern Lesser Whitethroat and two tardy Willow Warbler. An unringed Cetti's Warbler would be on cue for the first dispersing autumnal bird from elsewhere, but could of course simply be (but unlikely given the coverage?) a local bird we hadn't ringed
Re: Yellow browed Warbler
September 30, 2019 04:47PM
Just in case anyone was wondering, I think Pete's post was missing the words 'Middleton Industrial Estate'.

Pete C
Re: Yellow browed Warbler
October 01, 2019 07:32AM
Middleton nature reserve (LWT) please! I can't remember ringing six species of warbler in a day at the end of September before!

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/10/2019 07:35AM by pete marsh.
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