VA yellow-browed warbler was found on the Great Orme by Pete Alderton at 12.10pm today, the bird frequenting a couple of hawthorn bushes on Marine Drive just past the cafe and turn-off for the limestone pavement car park on the left side of the road under a cliff face. The yellow-browed showed well up to 1.30pm when I left and was mainly in the right hand bush. A spot fly was also there briefly and a couple of willow warblers in the same bush. Early morning a female ring ouzel was on the limestone pavements wall and tree pipit (Pete), snipe and golden plover also recorded along with reasonable numbers of mipits and skylarks. Cracking photo below by Neil Alderson.