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Wednesday, 4 June 2014

More rarities from south and east

The end of May and early June have brought a continued run of classic spring rarities from southern and eastern Europe, including Grey-headed Wagtail (M. f. thunbergi), Osprey, Scarlet Rosefinch and Woodchat Shrike (see report and photo posted on 1 June by Chris Townend at Devon Bird News).

In addition, Tony Taylor, just returned from the island, reports that a Marsh Warbler was singing in 'Smelly Gully' (Lower Millcombe) on Tuesday 3 June.

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