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Sunday, 1 December 2013

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4 comments:

Mitch said...

Ducks are always dodgy,i certainly wouldn't travel far to see one.I would however love to come across a King Eider at the R Est.I can remember seeing a Falcated duck at Cley many moons ago,not sure if that was accepted.

Steve Hinton said...

I agree Rob, Some people will tick anything!

Alex said...

Already proven vagrant to Western Europe, following tests on a bird shot in Denmark. If it's unringed and they can rule out hybrid then it will join the other accepted records on the British list. No more dodgy than a Gower Gyr Falcon!

Mitch said...

Also proven to escape!