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Saturday, 24 March 2018

23rd & 24th March – Resumption of something like spring...

Tony & Ann Taylor report single Great Northern Diver, Golden Plover and Redwing on 23rd March.

Their sightings on Saturday 24th included: four Teal (1m,3f), one Red-throated Diver, four Gannets (off South West Point), three Snipe, eight Oystercatchers, eight Woodpigeons, five Goldcrests, four Wheatears (low down on the sidelands – none seen well), three Dunnocks, five Pied Wagtails, 70 Meadow Pipits (including birds moving through towards the NW),  five Chaffinches (Millcombe), one Linnet and one Goldfinch. Also a Harbour Porpoise off South West Point.

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