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Feathered Visitors

Over the past few weeks, we have become accustomed to the distinctive call of two of our most iconic avian visitors. I mean, of course, the cuckoo and the corncrake, both of which travel thousands of miles, coping with all the trials and tribulations that nature throws their way, in their single-minded quest to reach their breeding grounds. What Stars! Other, more unusual, feathered visitors to our area in recent weeks included a Red-breasted Goose, a Tundra Bean Goose and a Marsh Warbler. A group of five White-tailed Eagles was also spotted at Eoropie Beach.

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Tony on 31 May 2018 12:38
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