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9:21AM

Rye Harbour

Interesting birds over the last few days have included great white egret on the Beach Reserve, Castle Water and Long Pit, Dartford Warbler on Harbour Farm ('Cuckoo corner', where the path north from Parkes and Denny hides diverge), merlin over the Beach Reserve (giving a crow a very, very hard time!), black-necked grebe on Ternery Pool and a covey of nine partridge near the Mary Stanford life boat House. Also regular sightings of marsh harrier at Castle Water and on Harbour Farm, five black-tailed godwit on Castle Pit, 500+ golden plover and several pintail on Flat Beach and around 20 snipe on the new saltmarsh opposite Lime Kiln Cottage

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