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Monday, 15 June 2015

News for Sat 13th and Sun 14th June

News from Tim Jones and Tim Davis that the Black Guillemot resurfaced on the afternoon of 13th and was present again on 14th. Also Stock Dove, 2nd calendar year male Cuckoo and 2nd calendar year Grey Heron, 2 Cormorants and 20 Swift on 13th.

On 14th there was a 2nd calendar year Rose-coloured Starling around the village and a small arrival of late migrants included 3 male Blackcaps, several Chiffchaffs, a singing Willow Warbler, a female Whitethroat and a Spotted Flycatcher. The Grey Heron, Cuckoo and Stock Dove were still present. A trickle of Swallows and House Martins were continuing to move north and a second Grey Heron flew through high NNW.

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