Saturday, 11 January 2014

Ramsgate Cemetery

With the lovely weather it seemed a good idea to go looking for the Hume's Yellow-browed/Leaf  Warbler which upon arrival was performing nicely just through the main gate.  Often heard making a ' sort of sound resembling a type of spotted redshank call and on the move through the canopy all the time stopping only for a second or so making photography very difficult. Quite a few regular birders present coming from all parts of Kent  to see this little gem.

Hume's Yellow-Browed Warbler

Also, along the back of the cemetery were two or three chiffchaffs and a firecrest plus several long-tailed and blue tits.


Marc Heath said...

Nicely caught Mike, a great bird. I'm surprised how bright it looks in the shots I have seen.

Warren Baker said...

Didn't know you had a blog going Mike :-)

I'll put a link to you from my blog :-)