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Wood Warbler in North Wales?? (1 Viewer)

Phil Owen

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Off to Prestatyn tomorrow so wondered where the best site is nearby for Wood Warbler??

This is my bogey bird so there is a "lifer" at stake here!!

Please help!!!



PS. Have the Little Terns arrived at Gronant yet??


James Spencer
United Kingdom
I imagine the little terns will be back as im sure i was told so at the pallid swift twitch. Cant help with the warblers im afraid.

JWN Andrewes

Poor Judge of Pasta.
I had one singing from birch wood on Hope Mountain on Thursday afterrnoon (SJ 300573), and had them a few years ago at Padarn Country Park (SH 585606), and I'm sure they are at many points in between. If you do end up on Hope Mountain let me know if you get anything else as it is a local patch of mine. (And sorry if this is a bit late for you; only just logged on!)

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