Two yellow-browed warblers today, in the Marloes area. The first in the blackthorn scrub and ivy in the valley on the deer park, behind the toilets and NRW offices at Martin’s haven. The second on the lane to Martin’s haven, in the willows between Goose cottage and Trehill farm.
Plenty of other migrants about, a tree pipit, and a late willow warbler at Martin’s haven, and a handful of reed buntings in stubble fields around st Anne’s head. Chiffchaffs, blackcaps and goldcrests well represented at various spots around both peninsulas, and still a few wheatears too.