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12:25PM

Pett Level

The pools were particularly quiet with no Teal or Shoveler present. Little Grebe however made double figures and there were still about 400 Wigeon present. A Great White Egret at the water's edge of the roadside pool was probably the highlight. The reedbeds held Bearded Tit, Cetti's Warbler and a squeeling Water Rail.

The levels themselves had a smattering on Lapwing and Curlew. There were also 16 Ruff present including a very white bird. There were two Peregrine sat on the grass in the mid distance.

At sea there were a few fishing adult Gannet and several Red-throated Diver. I could only find 17 Common Scoter.

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