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Monday, 19 November 2018


Highlight today was a ringtail Hen Harrier over East Lake reedbed dinner time before it drifted off, presumably towards Lavernock based on the large and noisy flocks of Jackdaws that came up out of the fields. Otherwise a bit windy but plenty of Song Thrushes and Redwings in the more sheltered headge row along Sully Brook. Yesterday Marsh Tit showed very well near the entrance to Cogan Wood (Lake end).

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