Yellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus
Bow Brickhill - 4-9th April 2004
Photo copyright Mike Collard
Photo copyright Mike Wallen
Above photos supplied by Jim Rose
Above photo supplied by Mike Collard
Photos supplied by Rob Andrews
This individual was found during the morning by David Roche, a birder from nearby Bedfordshire. The bird was relocated late afternoon, allowing good numbers of local birders to get a Bucks tick. Fortunately the bird stayed around and was relocated again on each of the following days, until Easter Monday (12th) at least, allowing quite a few county listers and other birders to see it. The bird seem to favour a small group of trees right next to the footpath which runs through a golf course (which was very fortunate as it could have been on the 18th fairway!).
It is always difficult to photograph Warblers high in trees, hence the variable quality of the images.
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