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  1. J

    St. Bees Head

    My lockdown walk today was from Sandwith village to the lighthouse at St. Bees Head, and along the coast path to a couple of the bird viewing areas. Last time I was there was in mid January when there were a few fulmars and cormorants to be seen. I wasn’t expecting much more today, but many...
  2. J

    Hello...and Red Kite sighting in St. Bees this afternoon?

    Hi all. Just joined up, prompted by what I think was a Red Kite this afternoon hunting in pasture in St. Bees this afternoon. It spent quite a long time sitting on an electricity pole before then flying to sit on a fence post, then resumed hunting. I know Red Kites are in Cumbria around...
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