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East Guldeford Levels

 A quick look from Fairlight Cliffs first thing revealed a Great Skua sitting on the sea, then I headed off to EGL, which has been pretty quiet of late.

It seemed as this might continue, as the first part of the usual circular walk was amost birdless, but things improved as I approached Moneypenny with a site first-a Little Grebe-in one of the ditches. There were lots of birds in a damp field near the lake, I counted 37 Corn Buntings, 15 Reed Buntings , 25 Tree Sparrows and 80 Skylarks. Plenty of waders too with 300 Golden Plovers, 400 Lapwings and 21 Curlews on the Camber edge of the levels. Finally a Little Owl called near Camber Farmhouse, a new site for me.

On the way home I stopped to check the geese at the west end of Pett Level; 25 Whitefronts were with the Greylags, looking good in bright sunshine.

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