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?sedge warbler, Steart Marshes (1 Viewer)

marnixR

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from its call i'd say the attached is a sedge warbler, but unfortunately the pictures i managed to take are less than satisfactory

pictures taken earlier today at WWT Steart Marshes
 

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Essex Tern

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Yes Reed, much plainer bird and especially head pattern, much stronger eye stripe with dark crown in Sedge, and Reed has a strong long bill as shown quite nicely in image 3.
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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