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Species Account for Phylloscopus sibilatrix

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Phylloscopus sibilatrix  (Bechstein)
Wood Warbler
Birds: Sylviidae

 
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BAP status: UKBAP  
Essex RDB: Listed

Records: 3
First Record: 1985
Latest Record: 2017

1992-on hectads: 1
Pre-1992 hectads: 1
Total hectads: 2
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Essex Red Data List comment
Marked decline in both the numbers of breeding pairs and passage birds since the late 1980s. Regularly bred in most metropolitan woodlands (particularly Hainault & Epping) as well as in the Mill Green & Danbury Woodlands until the early 1990s - very few since with no breeding for last five years. 2 3 singing males only in recent years; very poor numbers on passage.


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