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Jon Carter
January 27, 2005 01:01PM
Single red-throated diver off the Jetty at 12.20pm plus the attendant GC grebes, RB mergansers, peregrine, etc.
Jeff Butcher
Re: Thursday
January 27, 2005 02:36PM
You obviously have some sort of magnet in your pocket, Jon. We were there from 11.15 to 11.50 this morning and then frozen out. We got the merganser (it flew out from the Lifeboat dirction, round the Jetty and landed in the Bay west of the jetty)and the grebes, shelduck and usual waders - but no diver and no eider (which is what I really wanted). We even went equipped with cameras just in case.

jeff butcher
Jon Carter
Re: Thursday
January 27, 2005 04:54PM
Well, Jeff, I too had my camera today but rather typically the diver was at least 80 metres off the Jetty when I was there. Incidentally there were around 6 merganser in all.
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