Enright, S. D / February 1995 – vol. 88, issue 2, pp 107–108 I was walking along Barnaby Lane, St Agnes, on 27th September 1981, with Alaric Sumner, after an uneventful morning's birdwatching, when we spotted a small bird perched close to the top of a Pittosporum bush. My first impression was of a warbler with bright yellow underparts, grey-green upperparts and a broad double white wingbar. Before I could get a better look, the bird 'flipped' over the hedge, a... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.