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More from Dungeness


Oh dear ! 3 days in a row at Dungeness, but a longer visit this time. A lot of time spent around the Old Lighthouse admiring the small group of Continental Coal Tits, this time with my camera...


 Apparently one of these birds bears a Belgian ring.

Again present were several obliging Firecrests, up to 8 reported, and the Yellow Browed Warbler for its third day:


Also on show was the Grey Phalarope feeding around the patch, 2 Black-necked Grebes from Hanson Hide and 5 Great White Egrets from Dennis Hide [at 1530 in case there were still some at Rye Harbour then].


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