Tweet of the day – Dartford Warbler

Today’s tweet is about the Dartford Warbler.

This small, dark, long-tailed warbler is resident in the UK and has suffered in the past from severe winters. The Dartford warbler’s population crashed to a few pairs in the 1960s, since when it has gradually recovered, increasing in both numbers and range. It is still regarded as an Amber List species. It will perch on top of a gorse stem to sing, but is often seen as a small flying shape bobbing between bushes.
Read more at: https://www.rspb.org.uk

You can hear the warbler song here: www.british-birdsongs.uk

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