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Clifftop Birdwatch

When we lived in inland Fairlight, we always joined in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch [which was this weekend], recording nice things like Nuthatch and Blackcap on our feeders. But no feeders on the Clifftop this winter-it's just far too windy along this exposed coast, and very little visits them anyway.

The weather was rather nice yesterday so I spent 2 hours looking across our front garden to the sea, in this time recording no birds at all using the garden, though Robin, Song Thrush  Green Woodpecker and Dunnock were nearby. They don't count however , nor did the 89 Red-throated Divers, 215 auks, 15 Fulmars, 9 Gannets and 3 Common Scoters that went west during this time.

I think I will leave BGBW for others to do, and carry on seawatching !


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