Sedge warbler

May 13, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Today I decided to head down towards the Somerset levels, to try and photograph some warblers, I knew an area that contained Sedge warbler, Reed warbler, and Whitethroat, they usually show quite well.

I really wanted to be able to photograph the Sedge warbler, due to not having photographed them for quite sometime, upon arrival I heard Sedge warbler, Reed warbler and the odd Whitethroat, I could see a Sedge warbler on a bramble stem, so that would be my target for today.

Early on it was cloudy, but the sun soon broke through and it was clear blue sky`s again with plenty of sunshine and good light, I approached the Sedge warbler to try and fil the frame, but he would move off to another tree, and drop back down onto the bramble after hunting some insects mid air, eventually my patience paid off with me keeping a low profile, and I was able to capture this image posted below, another great day spent in a lovely, and peaceful area on the Somerset levels.

 

Sedge warblerSedge warblerLatin name Acrocephalus schoenobaenus


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