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Rye Harbour

Highlights this morning included a wheatear at the rivermouth, over 50 avocet (mainly on the new saltmarsh), 18 Sandwich tern, 24 Brent goose split between the new saltmarsh and Flat Beach Level, and around 360 golden plover on Harbour Farm. Numbers of black-headed gull are creeping up as we move into the breeding season, with perhaps 400 spread over the Beach Reserve and Harbour Farm, while there were also small number of Mediterranean gull and a rather nice common gull on the Quarry.

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