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Posted by Jeff Butcher 
June 30, 2020 09:41PM
There seems to be a slight change in numbers of birds on the shore this evening. Recently there has been only the odd curlew and oystercatcher with a heron and little egret other than gulls and the little flock of female/juvenile eider.

18.55 tonight there were 33 curlews scattered along but moving as two flocks. Still only 4 oystercatchers, 3 little egrets, about 50 starlings flying between the beach and the rooftops opposite, and 27 eiders in all, female and juvenile.

Jeff B
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