An obliging Melodious Warbler was found on Friday 7th Sept by Mark Pass in the area of the waterboard pumping station near Caerthillian. It was regularly calling a soft churring sound and was quite showy at times. Several other decent drift migrants were in the immediate area including Red-backed Shrike and Nightingale.
Just under 170 sightings have been recorded in Cornwall, the majority in September. Porthgwarra is the top site with 58 records alone.
The image below was taken on Sunday 9th by myself. The video is by John Chapple.
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