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THE ROSE & THORNS

By EASTFIELD
THIS SEDGE WARBLER FOR SOME REASON THIS MORNING AT 5.30AM DECIDED TO EXPOSE HIM SELF ON A FENCE AT FRAMPTON MARSH.ALSO ON THE FENCE WHERE PIPITS,CORN BUNTINGS & A PAIR OF WHITETHROATS.SUN WAS GREAT BUT THE BREEZE WAS BITING.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: Glostopcat, Mike_Smith, runco36 and 9 more


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lammie 11
31 May 2011 10:28PM
A nice image of the Sedge Warbler. I called in at Frampton a week ago but the wind was that strong so I didn't bother trying to get any pics. Are the two turtle doves still there, I saw them near the big barn as I was coming away from the reserve.

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1 Jun 2011 7:18AM
NO SIGN OF THE TURTLE DOVES BUT SPOTTED FLYCATCHERS REPORTED NEAR THE KESTREL/OWL NEST BOX . DID GET A QUICK SHOT OF MALE RUDDY DUCK.GREAT PLACE , ALWAYS SEEM TO GET 1ST THERE.TEMMICKS STINT & WOODSANDPIPER 2 WEEKS AGO

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