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Rock Doves in Ness

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Rock Doves in Ness

Post by Crex Crex » 18 Jun 2012, 14:15

For records. Rock dove sitting on nest in a sea cave in Dell Could not verify eggs or chicks as I am not as nimble as I used to be. Also, Oysterctchers and Common Gulls creating havoc because of chicks. Usual young twites on fence leading to shore. Corncrake still calling in Skigersta, Ness.

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