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1:23PM

Rye Harbour

The weather seems to have got a bit milder recently so we have seen the return of the lapwing and golden plover flocks, with around 400 and 800 respectively around over the Beach Reserve in the last couple of days. There have also been regular kingfisher around the eastern end of the reserve, with several sightings from the road near Lime Kiln. Other sightings in the last few days have included great white egret in flight over the Beach Reserve, black-necked grebe still on Ternery Pool, four goldeneye (including a drake) on Long Pit, marsh harrier and raven over Harbour Farm and today small numbers of gannet and red-throated diver offshore and a merlin over the new saltmarsh. 

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