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7:30PM

Cliff End

A Gannet spectacular this morning with at least 100 birds of all ages from chocolate brown juveniles to heraldic adults hitting the water with great splashes or sitting out on the bay in flocks like pelicans.

Raptors were 2 Peregrines, 4 Buzzards, Hobby & Sparrowhawk and it's pleasure to see the shaggy-throated Ravens croaking over again after a rather worrying couple of months' absence.

Passerine migrants continue to be dominated by Willow Warblers.

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Pair of Ravens seen (on the ground) close to Camber Castle on Sunday evening 12 August.

August 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMichael Prince

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