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Is this a SEDGE WARBLER

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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 11:13   #1
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Is this a SEDGE WARBLER

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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 11:17   #2
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barry, did you read my last post from: http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=146798

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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 11:26   #3
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nice top of a willowherb there... (epilobium hirsutum?)
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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 14:42   #4
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nice top of a willowherb there... (epilobium hirsutum?)
agree, it is E. hirsutum!
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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 15:24   #5
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Leaves of Phragmites communis also? I think so! Though the vegetation in the background is so out of focus, i couldn't hazard even a guess.
Hey! Are we on the right forum here?
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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 16:44   #6
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Another vote for E hirsutum. Can't say on the monocotyledon
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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 18:16   #7
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If its a sedge warbler its in very heavy moult.
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Old Friday 17th July 2009, 18:24   #8
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I think this is the little known Acrocephalus invisibilis
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