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Black-eared Wheatear in Co.Wexford - Breaking news from RBA (2.23pm 15 May)

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Old Saturday 15th May 2010, 14:30   #1
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Black-eared Wheatear in Co.Wexford - Breaking news from RBA (2.23pm 15 May)

Breaking news from Rare Bird Alert: Black-eared Wheatear in County Wexford.

BBRC and IRBC stats from RBA's Previous Records Online:

There are 59 accepted records of Black-eared Wheatear in Britain and 4 in Ireland.
The most recent published record for Co.Wexford was in 1997

RBA's Previous Records (new) has all the records and a wealth of stats and analysis for this and other rarities recorded in Britain and Ireland

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Old Saturday 15th May 2010, 15:01   #2
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Female on Great Saltee Island - 3 out of the 5 Irish records now come from this one place!
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First boat is at 9am tomorrow from Kilmore Quay, though ring the boatman to confirm.
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Old Sunday 16th May 2010, 11:01   #4
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Seen again this morning near the throne on Great Saltee.
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