Warbler is a species I grew up with at Stag Rocks, Bamburgh,
Northumberland. They sang from the dunes all the way from Bamburgh
Castle to Budle Bay.
In Hordaland, Norway, they are rather scarcer but are found regularly
in suitable habitat. In Øygarden they are scarcer still -
the pictures below may represent the first documented record - a male
singing on the island of Hernar. This bird stayed at least several days.
A very skulking species this individual showed itself for just a few
seconds before scuttling off into the undergrowth again.
Hernar, Øygarden, May 2011