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From the Clifftop and East Guldeford Levels

We have been away in Ecuador, including the wonderful Galapagos Islands, for three weeks, struggling with the cold and the time now !. A look at the sea on Wednesday produced 200 auks heading east, the most so far this winter for me, and my fourth species of "Booby " in a week ..

Yesterday I walked around East Guldeford Levels, which seemed very dry, pleased to see two brown Merlins together on an otherwise very quiet visit-just 25 Corn Buntings of note otherwise. After an excellent series of Lapland Bunting records last winter, I am still unable to find any this season.

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