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Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Turtle Dove 17/6/15

The sites at the back of Seaford, like last year have failed to produce any long-staying Turtle Doves so I went to Firle this morning and saw one there easily enough.

Been to Seaford Head three times this week but nothing of note other than what appears to have been a good breeding season for the more commoner species with several  groups of Great & Blue Tits, Wrens, Dunnocks, Whitethroats etc moving about.

Yesterday with the RSPB I went on a boat off Seaford to survey the Kittiwake colony at Splash Point, and the number of occupied nests seem to be greater than last year. An official count has yet to be done.

Last but not least, on Friday a Red Kite flew over Crawley as I was heading to work.

Turtle Dove at Firle

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