Break on through to the other side
while managed to pass the 100%... but only just!
A weekend of easterlies has proven to be a bit disappointing.
The best of the bunch was a reed warbler found by Reg in the whinnyfold road plantation. A good bird for the patch but it must be the only unstreaked Acro this autumn that hasn't been a Blyth's. Totally ridiculous! There's been flocks of Blyth's up and down the east coast all autumn Not a sniff of a reed warbler in Shetland and yet, we get a bog standard reed warbler. Unfortunately it showed rather well and as reg pointed out didn't show a single possible Blyth's feature. But not to worry still a good one for the year.
Better still was this, not so, little cracker...
Appeared on my bird table and has now stayed for three days. The last one in the patch was 12 years ago during the very first patch list challenge, also on the same bird table but in a different garden!