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Icterine Warbler, Plantation, Blakeney Point
Headed to Norfolk today as there were a few bits around. Dipped on the UK lifer, but was rewarded for a 7 mile hike on shingle out to Blakeney Point with cracking views of this icterine warbler.
Habitat
Copse of trees
Location
Plantation, Blakeney Point
Date taken
26.05.18
Scientific name
Hippolais icterina
Equipment used
Canon 5d Mark IV 600mm f4 with 1.4x extender
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Opus Editor
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Mmmmm..... what a sweetie this warbler is, and you've a super picture of him WW.

Very well done lad - many thanks for showing him to us.
 
A wonderfully posed and detailed shot of this lovely bird.
 

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