Sunday, 6 July 2014

Goodwick Moor 6th July.

Mild excitement in the shape of a pale Reed Warbler type acrocephalus that also had a less than convincing song & also in the scrubby area of Buddleia & Japanese knotweed rather than the reedbed , looked very interesting. Unfortunately couldn't relocate it after the tour of the moor. Returned slightly later with Steve & we eventually relocated the bird  plus a couple more ! Juvenile Reed Warblers that were having a bash at singing ? At least we can confirm breeding for this year, considering we only estimate a couple of pairs on site there quite pleasing.