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Tuesday, 30 October 2012

BLYTH'S REED WARBLER on the Garrison

BLYTH'S REED WARBLER at the play park, Garrison Mark Halliday

 Adam Hutt this morning went looking for the CENTRAL ASIAN LESSER WHITETHROAT, that was relocated by Ren and James Siddle yesterday by the play park on the Garrison. He got the whitethroat, but he also stubbled across a acro sp feeding in the same ivy covered wall as the whitethroat. After a while, it was finally nailed as the 5th or 6th  BLYTH'S REED WARBLER  for Scilly. 

Image by Mark Halliday

As the bird was feeding on the wall that borders Star Castle, I spent over 2 hours, on and off, just trying to get a glimpse of the warbler. Getting a pic was near damn impossible as the bird moved through the undergrowth like an eel. I also heard it call.

However, the vocal CENTRAL ASIAN LESSER WHITETHROAT (now thought to be blythi by call) showed very well. While observing these 2 birds, we also got 10 Crossbill, 1 Brambling and a few Siskin overhead and a Lapwing was on the football pitch

This morning a mega in the form of the 5th Scilly CHOUGH was discovered on St Martins. By the afternoon it was relocated on Peninnis, St Mary's

Another shot of the BLACKPOLL WARBLER at Content Lane. Two top images were  taken by Ashley Hugo

At San Quentin is the 31st overall album by Johnny Cash, and a recording of a live concert given to the inmates of San Quentin State Prison. The concert was filmed by Granada Television.
The album was a follow-up to Cash's previous live album, the critically acclaimed and commercially successful At Folsom Prison The album was nominated for a number of Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and won Best Male Country Vocal Performance for "A Boy Named Sue." written by the great late Shel Silverstien Other tracks from this concert included Wanted Man" co-written by Dylan/Cash, "Wreck of the Old 97"* (arranged by Cash, Bob Johnston, Norman Blake) Bob Johnson toured with Lenard Cohen in Israel and Blake has played and toured with all the big boys. Look them both up on Wikipedia? John Sebastian wrote "Darling Companion" which John sang with his wife June.

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