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Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Past few days

Today a quick hour down Splash Point produced singles of Great Northern and Black-throated Divers, and several Red-throated Divers offshore (Great Northern very close inshore). Not much else of note except a Red-legged Partridge running along the beach (my second patch record).

At the weekend I visited Hampshire for what feels like the 100th time this year. Started off near Hurstbourne Tarrant and eventually found 2 Willow Tits, and close by 5 Red Kites in the distance. One of the Willow Tits was in full song.

Afterwards I visited Hordle in the New Forest and saw the Rose-coloured Starling.

Rose-coloured Starling in Hants.

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