Friday, 30 September 2016


Finally caught up with the Western Bonelli's Warbler at Helvear today. Just a few seconds of views as it zipped through the pines calling loudly, before disappearing on its feeding circuit. No chance of a real photograph, but you can almost make out what it is.

Western Bonelli's Warbler
Nothing really new in today, but a few birds hanging around. The Black-necked Grebe still Porthcressa with a Brent Goose, while the American Golden Plover and Buff-breasted Sandpiper were still at the airport.

The Melodious Warbler has been hit or miss, but showed very well in poor light this evening.

Melodious Warbler
But by far the best thing I saw today...

Death's-head Hawkmoth

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