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Rye Harbour

Nineteen people turned for a very early (and cold!) wader watch this morning. Highlight was bittern heard booming from the direction of Castle Water around dawn and a hobby which came in off the sea over the Beach Reserve before heading inland, while soon afterwards a pair of raven were spotted over Flat Beach and Harbour Farm and a little tern was heard calling in the same area. Also on Harbour Farm, a little ringed plover was found at the western end of Salt Pool and thirteen bar-tailed godwit, a grey plover and a whimbrel were present on the new saltmarsh. Passerines included wheatear, yellow wagtail, linnet, several whitethroat and a single lesser whitethroat at the close. All in all a very good mornings birding!

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