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Nightjars back at RSPB reserve

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Nightjars back at RSPB reserve

A single pair of nightjars have nested and raised chicks on an area of restored heathland at the charity's headquarters in Sandy, Bedfordshire.

They were spotted by a birdwatcher on 3 June after he heard the nightjar's distinctive "churring" call.

The reserve's site manager said staff were "over the moon" at the return of the bird.

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