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Rye Harbour

With from the sad departure of the two black-winged stilt, pretty much the usual suspects at the moment. Several birders looking for the stilts reported grey partridge in the same field and there were at least two pairs there today (with another pair reported behind Ternery Pool) so this seems to be the place to see them! On Long Pit, a little gull is still present, as is the the red-brested merganser on Harbour Farm, while there have been small numbers of whimbrel and a black-tailed godwit on Harbour Farm and the odd wheatear and raven on the Beach Reserve. Two interesting reports from a visiting birder included yellow wagtail and singing corn bunting between the Parkes and Denny Hides yesterday, while a swallow was reported today near Harbour Farm Barns.

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