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Tuesday, 14 April 2015

12th April 2015 – Hoopoe on East Side

Tim Jones reports a record in the Lundy Field Society Logbook for 12th April of a Hoopoe seen by Phil and Pat Johnson at Mousehole & Trap.

Update (25th April): We received a call from Phil Johnson (many thanks, Phil), who confirmed that he and Pat flushed the Hoopoe at Brazen Ward about 13.00 hrs. It flew a short distance and appeared to stay in the area, though could not be relocated by other observers a short time later.

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