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More Cormorants from the Clifftop

Some time ago I described spectacular early morning movements [W] of Cormorants past Fairlight Cliffs, this happened again this morning, in a brief respite from the endless gales we are experiencing. At least 500 birds came past by 0715, they are pretty fast and I just managed one shot of a last group of 50 odd. It seems likely these are birds dispersing from Dungeness , where exceptional numbers can be seen on Burrowes Pit.

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