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Hawkeye

Eyes and Ears Everywhere
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MisterT

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The juvenile Pectoral Sandpiper and 7 Ruff were still on the flooded area by Launch Area 2 early this afternoon. In total there were 9 Ruff on The Range along with 22 Black-tailed Godwits.

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Pec Sand
 
Likes: John Hansford

Hawkeye

Eyes and Ears Everywhere
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News from Tristan

Reasonable numbers of waders seen from Steinish this lunchtime, after heavy rain all morning: Black-tailed Godwit 44, Greenshank 6, Knot c40, Sanderling 25, Redshank 15. Several 100s Dunlin and Ringed Plover
 
Likes: John Hansford