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  • Dan Haywood
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    The presumed escape Lesser White-fronted Goose now with PG flock at Aldcliffe (thanks Barrie)
    https://gridreferencefinder.com?gr=SD4609060525|Point_s_B|1&t=Point%20B&v=r

    Pete Crooks
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    The pattern of barring on the belly suggests that the Lesser W-fG is the same bird as at Piling recently.

    The Pink-footed Goose flock in the pasture fields north of ‘the Flooded Field’ also contained an adult Tundra Bean Goose (a monster of a bird), while the Flooded Field held 23 Black-tailed Godwit, including 1 colour-ringed bird (Right leg: Green / White // White / metal. Left leg: Orange).

    Pete C

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