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Rye Harbour

Bird highlight over the last couple of days has been up to three spoonbill seen on the Beach Reserve on the 30th and at least two at Castle Water on the 1st. Castle Water has also been good for hobby, with at least eight present today, as well as at least two cuckoo, singing lesser whitethroat near the viewpoint and Castle Water Hide, peregrine and raven. Elsewhere on the reserve, the male red-breasted merganser is STILL present on Harbour Farm, along with yellow wagtail, a couple of pairs of grey partridge visible from the bank near the barns, whimbrel and bar-tailed godwit, while on Beach Reserve there have been several sightings of little tern, at least six pairs of wheatear and at least two more cuckoo perching on the fencing near the rivermouth.

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