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Friday, 23 September 2016
Thu 22 Sep – Dotterel still present
Tim Davis reports that the Dotterel and Rook were still present on the Airfield. Other migrants seen by Tim included c.20 Goldcrests, single Spotted Flycatcher and Willow Warbler, a White Wagtail, four Wheatears, c.100 Meadow Pipits. Also recorded were a Water Rail, 100 Linnets and 40 Goldfinches.
Posted by Tim Jones at 19:15