Friday, 1 June 2012
A drive by at the Old Fall Steps gave me my second eastern European songster in two days. Unlike the operatic grandeur of a Marsh Warbler I had the pleasure of listening to a slice of disposible euro disco in the form of a male Icterine Warbler. This is the second that I have heard, squeaky toys and all but it is the first I have seen. I got the wing panel but sadly I only saw the head in flight. What a cool song though. This was Yorkshire tick 4 in 4 days (cant see 5 in 5!). No photos Im afraid and not a lot else to add other than it takes me to 292 for Yorkshire! Woo.
How birds and brains become mutually exclusive