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Rye Harbour

There's quite a wintery feel to reserve at the moment, with masses of wigeon, quite a few shoveler, big flocks of starling and, in the last few days, several hundred golden plover wheeling over Flat Beach. Highlights from a quick scoot around the reserve this morning included three great white egret on Long Pit (there have apparently been up to five at Castle Water this week), the black-necked grebe on Ternery Pool (between Crittall and Parkes Hide) and surprisingly calling bearded tit on the reedy pool to the west of the path from the gabions inland. 

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