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Jon Carter
March 09, 2005 12:57PM
A bit of visible migration in evidence at lunchtime today.
A group of 5 grey wags headed NW over the Dome followed by another single bird a couple of minutes later.
1 meadow pipit passed over the Jetty heading due north.
1 rock pipit was on the jetty.

2 RT diver were well offshore, plus a drake eider and a handful of goldeneye.

Of some interest was a dead cormorant washed up on the jetty rocks which had obviously met its fate taking on a rather overwhelming meal.
Yep, a large fish was still firmly lodged in the recently deceased bird's throat, with 2/3 of the intended prey hanging out!
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