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Wednesday, 1 October 2014

30 Sep – All quiet as September comes to a close

Chris Dee writes for Tuesday 30th September: "Very quiet for birds. Hot afternoon then wind and rain from west. Dry and clear again by 9pm, so hoping for migration". Ringing included a Lesser Whitethroat.

Richard Campey reports a juvenile Yellow Wagtail on the Airfield, 25 Swallows, two Sparrowhawks (one of which was hunting around the Battery), 9 Robins and a Song Thrush. Like Chris he adds: "Pretty darn quiet".

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