An extremely late singing aquatic warbler male was registered in atypical stopover habitat that was situated considerably far east! The record fits to the very late arrival this year at the breeding sites.
What will this bird do? Will it return from there directly to the wintering grounds? Or will he arrive at a breeding site during June? If yes, he would have to start autumn migration back after two months only!
For more information contact: Dr. Martin Flade, AWCT