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Monday, 3 September 2012


Juvenile CITRINE WAGTAIL at Lower Moors this evening

  Higgo was over the moon when relocated the CITRINE WAGTAIL feeding on his pool this morning. A new species for that famous pool that he dug out from his own bare hands! The wagtail was found by Kester Wilson feeding in the fields at Salakee 2 days ago, 1st September. Later in the day, Sam Perfect picked it up at Carn Leh. In the last few days in the same area, Sam has already found both ICTRINE and Wood Warbler. Both Will and Higgo told me that the wagtail was apparently claimed at Lower Moors the day before Kester found it. However, no one knows who the observer is. When the wagtail flew off from Higgo's Pool towards Lower Moors, Higgo started working on the pool, ready to attract all those yanks that will start arriving in the next week or so. While he was there he gave a pish and up popped a Wryneck in one of the nearby Sallows.

CITRINE WAG that was found by Kester Wilson two days ago, 1st Sep, at Salakee

2 Buff-breasted Sandpiper and a single Golden Plover on the airfield

Last week Martin trapped in his garden at Holy Vale this Dark Bar-twin Spot and top, Chinese Character

And this Peregrine also flew over his garden

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