Sedge Warbler – 8th April

This morning a Little Gull and a Wheatear were seen and the first Sedge Warbler was singing. JV.

By early afternoon there were 2 Sedge Warblers, 4 Reed Warblers, 18 singing Willow Warblers and a Whitethroat plus a singing Marsh Tit by the dry end of the Slurry Lagoon. The Little Gull was still present. Later in the afternoon a juvenile Marsh Harrier was seen flying high over the site to the east. MC.

There was a Grasshopper Warbler heard by the railway bridge, by the steps. RW.

Marsh Tit – Miles Cluff