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East Guldeford Levels

We have been in Brittany for a couple of weeks [some nice moth trapping ]  arriving back to  chilly nights , so no moths to report from the Clifftop yet. Recent birds have included my first Red-throated Divers of the autumn, and a Mistle Thrush in off the sea, but this morning's visit to EGL was my first proper foray.

Rough-legged Buzzards are turning up now so I was on the lookout for one of these, no luck but a good second best was a fine male Hen Harrier, these are also being widely reported now, but I rarely see them, especially males. A Yellowhammer was an unusual bird for EGL, but otherwise things were fairly routine: 10 Corn Buntings, 10 Tree Sparrows, four Ravens, at least 50 Skylarks and a good count of 180 Stock Doves.

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