The Narborough Marsh Warbler, 18 June 2015

With an explore I've been meaning to do just down the road today was the ideal opportunity to drag myself up to Narborough for the Marsh Warbler of the last week or so. It was singing like mad on arrival and continued to do so on and off for the 2 hours I was there. And a very entertaining 2 hours it was listening to and watching this lovely songster. Identified as being mimicked in its song were Blackbird, Skylark, Blue Tit, Blackcap and even Nuthatch! It gave some nice views too in a large bush and sometimes on reed stems. Frustratingly it always seemed to be partially obscured making photography difficult!
There wasn't much else to trouble the scorers, just a couple of Common Terns over and several Banded Demoiselles along the stream.


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