Moderator: roger dickey
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- Location: Farnborough and anywhere between there and Norfolk
Migration, albeit slow, has started. There are now plenty of Warblers around the camp in the mornings with a few in the late afternoon. Last night I found a lifer with a stunning Rufous Bush Robin around standing water near the bottling plant. This was joined by a couple of Blyth's Reed Warblers and a Booted Warbler.
Tree Sparrow numbers have risen, along with those of Crested Lark, and individual Palm Doves have now returned. I look forward to a few weeks of excitement.
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