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 Post subject: Donna Nook, 19th July.
PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 4:24 pm 
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A juvenile Cuckoo was being fed by Meadow Pipits on the seal watching fence. Part coverage of the realignment area produced no surprises.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 10:27 pm 
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Stephen Lorand wrote:
A juvenile Cuckoo was being fed by Meadow Pipits on the seal watching fence. Part coverage of the realignment area produced no surprises.

It must be the same ones I saw on the 12th July but I wasn't sure if the Mipits were just seeing it off then.


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Geoff Williams wrote:
Stephen Lorand wrote:
A juvenile Cuckoo was being fed by Meadow Pipits on the seal watching fence. Part coverage of the realignment area produced no surprises.

It must be the same ones I saw on the 12th July but I wasn't sure if the Mipits were just seeing it off then.


The juvenile Cuckoo was still in the same area yesterday with a Mipit in attendance, also reported today.


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