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Monday, 19 July 2010

Breydon Blues again!

A White- rumped Sandpiper was seen on the estuary from the South wall, it was then moving up to the lumps. we arrived and the water was very nearly up to High tide, all the small waders were roosting by the edge of the Lumps out of view. 237 Avocets were seen plus 2 Greenshank and around 50 small waders took to flight they all apeared to be Dunlin not a White- rump in sight.
My first dip in ages, where else but Breydon!
An excellent Slow worm was seen and photographed at the usual site later on in the afternoon. 
Back in the garden, a Small Tortoiseshell was seen on the Buddlea plus 2 Gatekeepers seen and an as yet unidentified female Damselfly on Hebe.

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