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Monday, 28 May 2018
27th May – Woodchat Shrike relocated
The Woodchat Shrike, first reported on 24th, was relocated at the western end of Quarter Wall on Sunday 27th, where it was on view for much of the day. Also on 27th a Dunlin flew north, there were two Cuckoos in the St Helen's Combe/Millcombe/St John's Valley area, a Turtle Dove near the Lodge, a Whitethroat and singing Reed Warbler in Millcombe, and a singing Sedge Warbler at the Rocket Pole, whilst Richard & Rebecca Taylor found an unseasonal Black Redstart at The Battery.
Posted by Tim Jones at 11:26