Harbour Update – posted 01/04/15

A few more summer migrants arrived into the UK today with both Reed and Sedge Warbler, Yellow Wagtail and a handful of Willow Warbler all recorded. Still pretty tough going locally, but I think that’s mainly down to a lack of coverage rather than no birds.

I continued my night-time recording efforts last night and was thrilled to get a garden tick when a Moorhen passed right over my garden at 3am. This is pretty incredible considering I live in rural Lytchett with no body of water for a few miles. In the recording you can hear the bird approach, then pass right overhead and then move on again.

Moorhen – Flight calls of a nocturnal migrant

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