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Rye Harbour

The hot, dry weather at the moment has the feel of the Mediterranean, and so did the birds to some extent at Castle Water today,  with two spoonbill, two great white egret and several little egret feeding on the main pit. Also present were a male ruff, greenshank, common sandpiper and at least four little ringed plover (including an immature bird), while both male and female marsh harrier were quartering the reedbeds.

Monday Evening update: Roseate tern in amongst the Sandwich terns from the Parkes Hide on Ternery Pool at about 8:45pm photo by John Willsher.

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