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Tuesday, 29 October 2019

29th Oct – Snow Bunting, Grey Heron & Brambling headline a windy day

Chris & Carol Baillie write:

Tuesday 29th October

"With easterly winds increasing overnight the only migrants evidently on the move were some Fieldfares first thing, but most chose to remain. A Grey Heron passed through Pondsbury and a Snow Bunting was on the track north of Threequarter Wall. A single Brambling fed among Chaffinches (175) and three Song Thrush made the best of a wind-blasted Millcombe."

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