Tuesday, 11 August 2009
MARSH WARBLERS breed for second year at Spurn
MARSH WARBLER - superbly captured on film by Martin Garner
Marsh Warblers have again bred at Spurn (East Yorks) for the second year in succession, where up to 3 juveniles can be viewed along Beacon Lane. They favour the area around the overgrown pond to the north of the caravan site.
If visiting please do not enter the caravan site and view ONLY from the lane itself not the rough ground to the north of the site as this is still part of the site and private, you may see birders in this area but they will be caravan owners and have permission to be there.
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