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East Guldeford Levels

Yesterday's chilly walk round the Levels was a re-run of last weeks, with no birds on the distant fields [though a lone Robin in a very remote bramble bush].  The stubbly field at TQ 948202 however was full of farmland birds-70 Skylarks, 40 Corn Buntings and an impressive 60 Reed Buntings. The rough fields between here and Camber held all the waders-450 Lapwings, 200 Golden Plovers and 40 Curlew.

Back at the clifftop, news of a Glaucous Gull finally turning up at Dungeness caused me to look at the sea for a bit; 40 Guillemots were fishing along with 8 Kittiwakes.

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