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2:25PM

Castle Water, 10th & 11th

Yesterday afternoon, Bob Greenhalf found a Cattle Egret in sheep fields just NW of Camber Castle, a male Ring Ouzel in the warren at the NW corner of Castle Water, and a Little Gull over the lake there. This morning there was no sign of the Ring Ouzel but there were two adult Little Gulls, one with a full black hood. The male Ring-necked Duck was also seen early today. Yesterday I had my first two singing Whitethroats near the Viewpoint, and my first Speckled Wood of the year and a couple of Green-veined Whites on the track by the little pools behind the Harbour road factories.

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