Tuesday, 23 June 2009

The Marsh Warbler from earlier in the week made an unexpected reappearance at Nant, again singing the same mixture of mimicked song elements – and again demonstrating a shrewd ability to avoid flying into mist nets. 18 Common Swifts were counted chasing insects high above the island, a Blackcap was in song at Cristin and a Willow Warbler was also seen. A Grey Heron flew south along the coast where four Eurasian Curlews were present on the rocks.

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