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Whoopers and Twite

Posted by David Talbot 
Whoopers and Twite
November 06, 2018 09:11PM
Number of Whoopers now building in Pilling area - today 125 at Eagland Hill and then 230+ at Cockersands on road to Caravan park.
Large flock of Twite at Knot End, at least 60 which after flying up to new flats then split with half returning to slipway.
Very late Northern Wheatear at Fluke Hall, according to Andrew it has been around a couple of days, the first he's ever known into November. See photos
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