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Old Thursday 18th June 2015, 19:56   #1
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Lack of Wood Warblers

After two 3 hour walks through the Strid woods not a Wood warbler to be seen or heard. Anyone know of a location not too far from Leeds which might be more f
ruitful? This is the first year for a decade when I've had any issues locating them.
Hope it's not in decline. At least the Spotted fly seems to be increasing in numbers and the Pied seems to be holding its own.
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You can try Grass Wood not been this year but I have never missed them here in the past.
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Wood Warbler

Thanks Waccoe. Will pay it a visit.
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