Thursday, 30 April 2009

Shropshire - Warblers galore

The past few weeks have thrown up some memorable moments concentrating on Warblers not always seen so well! Here's a quick catch up with some of the more 'common' birds singing and generally doing their thing right now.

Male Blackcap at Clunton







The rare 'Horned' Chiffy at the same venue - didn't seem to be affected by this rather strange condition - anyone an idea as to the cause......







The obliging Sedge Warbler at VP - shame the same cannot said about the light!








Another one singing at Chelmarsh....






A Common Whitethroat at Mire Lake - singing and then giving me the 'look'....








Make the most of it as the leaves grow and birds sing less, they will not be so obvious!

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