Speckled Warbler

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Subject: Speckled Warbler
From: Con <>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2021 05:56:22 +0000
I was doing the last of my set of National Arboretum surveys this morning.

The standout sighting was of two Speckled Warbler.

This is the first record in eBird for the Arboretum.

The location was the patch of rocks and high unmown grass to the west of
the fig plantation and north of the Himalayan Cedar plantation.

They were with a very large flock of Yellow-rumped Thornbill.

kind regards


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