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LATEST UPDATE FROM RUTLAND - 30(05) MIGRATION
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In reply to MaryGK:
Well someone is asleep on the nest!
Tiger and Chloe's Osprey Info
In reply to birdsong:
Empty nest this morning.
I wonder if that is actually a Cormorant as one was on there late yesterday.
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to Mike:
Looks like a Cormorant Mike.
Now its this
Ah well at least its not the Egyptian Geese :-)
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A gull and a flotilla of ducks passing by :-)
God to hear an update on 30. She is quite a lady.
In reply to Tempo:
It was a Cormorant on the nest last night.
Kind regards, Ann
In reply to Gardenbirder:
One there now.
I can see this is a Cormorant tonight!
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I love cormorants! It's brilliant seeing them all on the bare trees as though they are some sort of natural candelabra.
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