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Sep 27, 2023 , , ,
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The Lesser Yellowlegs was still at the Gann yesterday (25th) but no sign of it on the lagoon today.  3 Ruff, of varying sizes, this evening by Crabhall were really nice, and there was a smart juvenile Curlew Sandpiper on the beach with a small group of Dunlin, Ringed Plover and Turnstone.

Also yesterday3 Curlew Sandpiper on Dale Airfield, commuting between the stony field and the western/southern runway intersection.

The Canada Warbler was seen again yesterday afternoon after the range road re-opened at 1645 after firing stopped, sadly my dash for it ended in defeat.  Maybe it will stay a bit longer and ride out tomorrow’s storm?

The largest of the 3 Ruff – a male

The other 2 Ruff (with 3 Redshank) – 2 females