During about ten days I could watch this little fella on the very same spot. About 4 meters beside the road, perfect distance, not shy at all - I could even restart my car (a Diesel!) to move for a better angle.
Next time I went to see him he was gone. Never showed up again, but one can hear some Grasshopper Warbler in the near distance; hope it is him ;-)
This book compiles all official rare bird records, including those presently treated as “rarities” by the Spanish Birds Rarities Committee as well as some added by the authors when reliable pictures were available. More than 169 species accounts are given with precise records covering a period of c. 30 years at the island level, accompanied by their corresponding distribution map, month (figure) and year (histogram) occurrence, plus high-quality pictures.
CitationAndreas Gruber, IBC1180657. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1180657.
Andreas Gruber, IBC1180657. Video of Common Grasshopper-warbler Locustella naevia at Hansag, Austria. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1180657.
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