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Last Swallow of the year (1 Viewer)

Britseye

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Thought it would be slightly unfair of me to contribute from Scilly, since we are likely to have them until at least the first week of November. However I'd seen none in 10 days until yesterday, when 14 arrived. Today it looks like there are at least 50.
 

Jon Turner

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Thought it would be slightly unfair of me to contribute from Scilly, since we are likely to have them until at least the first week of November. However I'd seen none in 10 days until yesterday, when 14 arrived. Today it looks like there are at least 50.

Yes we had good numbers on St Agnes today, and several around Porthellick too.
 

Jon Turner

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2 in North Devon this morning. There were days in Scilly last week when there were 100's over St Mary's.
 

peter.jones

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Still a couple being reported, up to yesterday at least, along the Hampshire coast.
Not by me though, I haven't seen one for a couple of weeks at least
 

Xenospiza

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I saw my last two Swallows on 17 October – and although it has been very mild, none since then (my local record is 28 October).
 

peter.jones

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1 at a very bleak Keyhaven, Hants, this morning
 

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rosbifs

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Very nice last Crag Martin of the year, Orkney... Actually now I think about it haven't seen one over the village for a while...
 

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