Although it's only August, in nature's calender it really is Autumn. Once the straw is cut and the birds are beginning to migrate it's time to find some thing unusual. So far this year I've managed to miss the more unusual birds found. I was away last Friday when a Greenish Warbler, a wanderer from norther Europe as far west as Finland and i was out this morning when Phil found a Wryneck, which refused to reappear for me this afternoon. Wrynecks bred in Kent up to the early seventies but no longer regularly breed in the UK, this bird was probably on it's migration south from Scandinavia.