I think I have found the extention to my old patch which, two years ago, would have been outside the wire but now well and truly inside. It is now at the southern end of the runway, has running, albeit, grey, water and a reed bed. I walked over and found a flock of some 200+ Starlings roosting. This site has promise and I'll get down at first light soon as there is too much disturbance during the day. I may be a happy man.
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