After the nocturnal excitement of Sunday, Monday 6th October was inevitably a quieter day. Tony Taylor reports small numbers of warblers and crests, but these included Yellow-browed Warbler again, which turned up in a mist-net below Brambles and was duly ringed. Other birds included Teal, Golden Plover and one Garden Warbler.
Update 12 Oct: Here, courtesy of Tony Taylor, is a photo of the Yellow-browed Warbler in the hand:
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