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rye harbour sightings

The ring-necked duck was still present at Castle Water early afternoon, visible from the hide. Also seen from the hide at Castle Water, two marsh harrier, peregrine and around 50 sand martin hawking over the pit, while a great white egret was seen in flight from the footpath along the northern edge. Over the last few days there have been several sightings of garganey, with two on Harbour Farm (the pools immediately to the south of the barns) on the 31st and two two on Castle Water on the 1st, while little gull and common tern were also present here on the 31st, and bittern has been heard booming on several occasions.

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