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Thursday, 30 August 2018

29th Aug – A quieter day but more shearwaters ringed at night

There were fewer migrants around by day, with the more notable sightings comprising two Whimbrel and a Yellow Wagtail (Dean Jones), plus a Teal and several Sedge Warblers at Pondsbury (Rich & Rebecca Taylor).

During the night of 29th/30th the Manx Shearwater team ringed a further nine birds in the vicinity of Benjamin's Chair, including a chick from a burrow at Benjamin's Chair itself.

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