Yellow-browed Warblers set to arrive08 Sep 2017
One of the highlights of recent autumns has been the arrival of Yellow-browed Warblers to coastal headlands, and increasingly inland areas. With the nearest breeding population found in the Ural mountains, these diminutive birds travel extraordinary distances to reach our shores.
Last autumn, over 5,000 records were logged in BirdTrack, featuring on almost 8% of complete lists during the peak arrival period. If you are looking to find your own Yellow-browed Warbler this autumn, listen out for its distinctive call.
Raptor ID virtual training (2 sessions, Thursdays 10am)
The training will consist of two weekly online modules of 90–100 minutes each, complemented by supported self-study exercises which will be provided after each session. The training will be run by BTO staff members Nick...