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Red-back Shrike bonanza!! (1 Viewer)

Original PaulE

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United Kingdom
Finally got down to RSPB Medmerry, to see the long-staying Red-backed Shrike, which showed like a dream, plenty of other good stuff about, Cattle Egrets, Dartford Warblers, Meadow Pipits, Skylarks, Yellowhammers, big flocks of Linnets, Goldfinches, a few Corn Bunting and loads of Hirundines feeding up before departing south. Loads of pictures of the main characters on the blog at the link below!
Nice, that's such a good area now with more paths opened since I last visited. Best I could manage last week was Spoonbill at Ham, and a Fox thinking he was hiding from me.
It's a fantastic area, lot's of habitat creation has lead to great numbers of farmland birds, just wish there were more places like it, a lot more!
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