Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Trevor's Fledglings

Trevor Potts at the Ardnamurchan Campsite writes, "I have lots of fledglings around at the moment from robins to wrens to thrushes but I am not sure what these two are.

"They've taken up residence in my raised bed.  I hope they can avoid the predators as they like to spend time in the open."

This picture, which seems to show one of the parents, may give us a clue.

Many thanks, Trevor, for the pictures.


  1. God!!They are cute♥♥♥

  2. It looks like a sedge warbler!

  3. I fairly sure that they are either Chiffchaffs or willow warblers due to the amount of green they have, sedge warblers would be much browner.

    1. Danny lansdowne12 July 2015 at 21:29

      I reckon its an arctic warbler. a vagrant. only one or two records a year.