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Posted by pete marsh 
March 10, 2018 11:36PM
A lot of changes at the moment as birds pass through........other than the ever reliable Greenshank where up to three have been a constant feature this winter

Greenshank (2), Wigeon (60), Curlew - massive increase to (171), Redshank - (16), Teal (22), Black-tailed Godwit - (5), Ringed Plover - (6), Pied Wagtail - (20) (19 males)
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