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Dungeness today

In a valiant effort to include some Kent news on this forum, we had a great morning at Dungeness RSPB today, with lovely views of a Black-throated Diver, a Slavonian Grebe, a Bittern (on the ARC) and the long-staying drake Smew. We missed a Kingfisher on the ARC earlier, and couldn't spot the juvenile Glaucous Gull that's been turning up on Burrowes, or the regular Long-eared Owl which has become rather elusive lately.

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