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peter.jones
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  • Lockdown walk this morning. I honestly believe the Test Valley is as good as New Forest for Hawfinches. Other highlights seen today in 5 miles were Firecrest, Golden Plover, Brambling, Redpoll, a nice flock of Yellowhammer and Reed Buntings, Red Kite and Peregrine.


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    Two more Hawfinches this morning, Mottisfont area. Plus some good set side areas with a few finches and Yellowhammers.
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    Into full lockdown now, so even the Test Valley is off limits for the next few weeks. Local dog walks from home have brought me Firecrest, and Shelduck, plus a nice flock of Lapwing.
    Enjoyable day on Hampshire coast and New Forest. Started well with a GN Diver and Marsh Harrier, finished well with 4 Spoonbill. Just the New Forest bit in the middle that went a bit flat. 85 species for the day. I've a feeling no.86 was out of site behind a bank at Keyhaven, being well and truly mobbed by a Peregrine!
    Can probably say, I've spent more time fixing this and trying to set it up correctly, than actually listening to it's recordings!
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    I think I've sussed it out!
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    Battered and nearly severed in two. We are patched up, patched, and good to go!

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