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Sunday, 5 June 2016

Sun 5 Jun – Full of (north-)eastern promise...

Hot on the heels of Tuesday's Red-breasted Flycatcher comes news this evening (Sunday 5th) from Richard & Rebecca Taylor of two other classic late-spring scarcities from breeding grounds in north-east continental Europe, namely a Greenish Warbler singing outside Brambles and a Common Rosefinch. A Crossbill was also present in Millcombe. Of note is that Shetland and Bardsey also hosted Greenish Warblers on 5 June (the third to occur at the Welsh observatory within a week!). There have only been two previous verified records for Lundy.
Greenish Warbler, Millcombe, 5 Jun 2016 © Rebecca Taylor
Greenish Warbler, Millcombe, 5 Jun 2016 © Richard Taylor

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