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Meadow Pipit at Brancaster

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Red Crested Pochard Stortons Gravel Pits

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Common Tern catches a Perch at Stortons Gravel Pits

Grey Lag Goose chick at Stortons Gravel Pits

A Greenland Wheatear at Harrington Airfield May 2020.

It was present for several weeks apparently, before heading north again on its migration to Greenland.

Whitethroat at Stortons Gravel Pits 4/5/20

Blackcap Male launching into flight

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Common Buzzard flying over our garden

Barn Owl at Stortons Gravel Pits NR

ChiffChaff at St Crispin Woods

One of 2 Jays at St Crispin Woods

One of my favourite days out in 2019

Dungeness Part Two – Birds

Following on from my Visit to Dungeness Beach area I moved on to Dungeness Rspb Reserve. In the morning of the next day I visited Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.RSPB Dungeness https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/dungeness/Marsh Harrier Rye harbour...

Dungeness Kent

I was advised that I would enjoy Dungeness for its photographic opportunities and strangeness.  

I researched the area before visiting and writers often use colourful language to describe it, using words like dystopian, bleak, stark and wild.  I had looked at a variety of images of the area and therefore had a sort of preconception about it. 

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