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Tuesday, 19 September 2017
Early morning visit to Rhymney est this am.
A few Dunlin and Ringed plovers were on the rocks at the old Black pipe site and single Greenshank and Green sand flew over. Plenty of Chiffies around this morning too with single Sedge warbler. A Wigeon on Cors crychydd reen was unusual.