British sedge warblers, other birds, prepare for autumn migration

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video from England says about itself:

Sedge Warbler

This clip was taken along side one of my photographic projects at Cley next to the sea, Norfolk, England, recorded during July 2009 at 05:30am.

From the Daily Express in Britain:

Ingham’s World: Feeding frenzy for Britain’s birds

DEEP in the reedbeds yesterday noisy little brown birds were busy embarking on a binge diet whose scale is normally seen only at the buffets of cruise ships.

By John Ingham

PUBLISHED: 09:28, Fri, Aug 14, 2015 | UPDATED: 09:46, Fri, Aug 14, 2015

Sedge warblers, whose manic song rattles over wetlands in spring, will nearly double their weight over the next three weeks in a frenzy of feasting.

They pile on the ounces by devouring aphids, storing up enough fuel for a longhaul migration south of the Sahara.

While many of you will still be looking forward to…

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