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5:05AM

Foggy Walk !

Despite thick fog, three of Slow but Sure set off on a favourite walk yesterday, taking in the Rother, Camber Sands and East Guldeford Levels, 12.7 kms.

Difficult to see much at first, though we managed a pair of Med Gulls and a Stonechat at Northpoint GP. On Camber beach-pretty quiet for half term-we heard Bar-tailed Godwit, Ringed and Golden Plovers. The fog lifted when we got to the Levels, revealing them to be largely devoid of birds-it's hard work at the moment !. However the favoured stubble field held 120 Corn Buntings and 20 Tree Sparrows, a Peregrine flew over and 20 passage Meadow Pipits and a Cetti's Warbler  were nearby. [Back on the clifftop were 12 Meadow Pipits in the rabbit field.]

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