Gone to Scilly

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South west winds and heavy rain have made late September birding both difficult and uninspiring. A few brief visits suggested small numbers of Firecrest and Goldcrest have managed to move around despite the adverse conditions.

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Pallid Harrier

Despite a dull end to my September birding, the Harrier double bill made for a memorable month.

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Montagu’s Harrier

I’ve now departed for St Agnes, Isle of Scilly until mid-October.

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