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Old Saturday 2nd September 2006, 17:41   #1
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Late breeders?

Just got back from Filey and the sand martins are still feeding young. Now popping out of the edge of the tunnel so ready to fledge but it seems rather late. Anything else out there?
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Old Saturday 2nd September 2006, 17:49   #2
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Still got housemartins in nests just up the street, saw some very recently fledged stonechats yesterday
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Old Saturday 2nd September 2006, 18:14   #3
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Broods of greenfinches and goldfinches still being fed by parents this week in the garden. It does seem a long season as we've had fledgling finches (bull/green/gold/chaff) consistently since May.
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Had a Mallard with 10 ducklings of (approx) a week old,yesterday on the River Dee in Aberdeen.
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