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Rye Harbour Birds

Yesterday's very unsettled weather brought down exceptional numbers of waders in the SE, notably Dungeness-see Plodding Birder blog . Having missed all these as doing other things, I decided to give the moth trap a rest and get to Rye Harbour first thing. 

A Barn Owl by the holiday park was a good start, and at least 50 Little Egrets on Salt Pool/Flat Beach was a fine spectacle. I eventually found a Wood Sandpiper on Ternery Pool, 7 Curlew Sandpipers with 200+ Dunlin on Flat Beach, 3 Greenshanks, Green and Common Sandpiper and a Corn Bunting by the Discovery Centre site.

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