Touchscreens tap to stop. Computers click to stop.Right arrow to resume.
The Dartford Warbler
This small dark long tailed warbler’s numbers have declined due to severe winters and is now an Amber list species. There were only a few pairs back in the 60s and has gradually recovered.
It perches on the top of a gorse bush to sing.
Not however when I go to look for one!
They eat insects and other invertebrates.
They measure 12 to 13cm in length and have a wingspan of 13 to 18cm and weigh in at just 9 to 12g
There are estimated to be 3,200 breeding pairs in the uk.