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The Clifftop and East Guldeford Levels

There has been very little bird migration past the clifftop of late- a very quiet autumn so far.

Moths have been better, with some big catches and a steady trickle of new autumn species , of more note were my first Clancy's Rustics here.

Yesterday, some of us did one of our favourite walks-along the Rother from Rye, past Camber Sands and across the dunes to East Guldeford Levels. Highlights were a late Whimbrel on the saltings, at least 80 Pied Wagtails on the golf course; at EGL  my first Redwings, at least 12 Cattle Egrets and 35 Tree Sparrows. Continuing the theme of big white birds, we visited Flat Beach , where a Spoonbill and Little Egret were feeding together nearby [on Salt Pool]




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