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Visited a well known area for breeding Nightjars in North East England first week in July (1 Viewer)


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Here is the sound of a churring Nightjar at a well known nesting area in North East England, just taken with my iPhone on the annual visit with my local RSPB Group in North East England. Make sure you have every background sound off in your home as the recording on my iPhone is so very faint. Of course I didnt take any of the videos using the flash light. It was switched off. The first attachment you can hear the very faint sound of the Nightjar. Had problems trying to get the two short videos to play. Sorry!


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