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One of Two

One of the Wheatears in Norfolk this October was the Desert Wheatear. Occupying the same dunes as the Isabelline this female was the forerunner of a male at Cley. I always feel that Desert Wheatears are the closing curtain on the autumn migration period. Once these late  migrants arrive on our shores  it’s more or less the end of bird migration until next spring. However; … I have a feeling there may just be a sting in the tail this year.

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