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2 Barred Warblers at Nask today. I thought I had photographed one bird this morning, but after a busy day getting eaten alive by midges, I had a proper look at my images this evening and a second rather blurry bird can be seen in the background! Also a Spotted Flycatcher and Sand Martin there and 2 Grey Wagtails and a Grasshopper Warbler at Brevig.
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