Sedge Warbler

Acrocephalus schoenobaenus – TELOR YR HESG – Breeding summer visitor and passage migrant. Not recorded from November to February

Sedge Warbler – records

Records of first and last dates, breeding densities on some sites, and max counts from the Pembrokeshire Bird Reports since 1993.

Sedge Warbler – 2003-07 breeding

Acrocephalus schoenobaenus – TELOR YR HESG – Breeding summer visitor and passage migrant. Not recorded from November to February Comparison with previous atlas: 1984-88 2003-07 Breeding confirmed 30 27 Breeding probable 91 109 Breeding possible 13 11 No of tetrads occupied 134 (of 478) 147 (of 490) Percentage of tetrads 28% 30% The Sedge Warbler is […]

Sedge Warbler – 1994

Acrocephalus schoenobaenus – TELOR YR HESG – Breeding summer visitor and passage migrant. Not recorded from November to February 1984-88 Breeding confirmed 30 Breeding probable 91 Breeding possible 13 No of tetrads occupied 134 (of 478) Percentage of tetrads 28% Mathew (1894) considered the Sedge Warbler to be the second most numerous, after the Chiffchaff, of […]

Sedge Warbler – 1894

Acrocephalus phragmitis A common summer visitor. Next to the Chiff-chaff, perhaps, the most numerous of the soft-billed summer visitors in Pembrokeshire. When we were fishing in the Cleddy below our house in the spring and summer, we were always provided with entertainment by the Sedge Warblers that were very abundant in the tangled cover by the side of the stream through […]