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East Guldeford Levels

A proper winter's day yesterday-clear, bright and frosty. My regular walk round the Levels  found the usual farmland birds -5 Tree Sparrows at Moneypenny, 14 Corn Buntings nearby, and lots of Skylarks across the site- at least 120. While counting some of these that had been put up by a Buzzard, I heard and saw a Lapland Bunting flying with them. I've recorded these quite often on the levels over the years, though they are regarded as a rare bird in Sussex. Otherwise, 220 Golden Plovers but no Lapwings, 5 Fieldfares and a Stonechat.

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