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Red Kite at Foulshaw Moss

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Red Kite at Foulshaw Moss
June 06, 2017 04:02PM
6 June I saw a Red Kite first to the south over the row of trees in the middle of the reserve, then over the copse west of the lower platform. It was flying quite low and looked like it was looking for food rather than just travelling. Harassed by Carrion Crows. It then flew north, east of Whitbarrow.
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