Saturday 20th October 2012

A particular focus was on Poole Park this morning as a report of a Yellow-browed Warbler was submitted to the Dorset Bird Club yesterday. The bird was found and confirmed as a Yellow-browed at around 8:45am this morning just near the concrete bridge that the child’s railway line runs over. It was feeding in a small Willow with a Chiffchaff and several Blue Tit’s. It then flew off towards the back gardens of the houses that run adjacent to the large pond. Other species in the area included a decent flock of Siskin moving about the Alder, Grey Wagtail, 26 Tufted Duck, Reed Bunting and Little Egret.

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