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This page was updated at 08:28 on 29Sep2020

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On 28th there were at least 20 Brent geese in Langstone Harbour and near 600 in Chichester Harbour including 2 light-bellied.

 

The Thorney Island pallid harrier was showing well, harassed by a crow at midday on 28th.

 

 

There were sightings of ospreys in Langstone Harbour on a post at 11:00 and on the North Binness trees at 17:00 on 28th.

 

The moulting American golden plover in Langstone Harbour was seen in Chaldock Lake in the north of the harbour at low tide on 28th.

 

A ruff was on the lake at Farlington on 28th.

 

The grey phalarope at Farlington was alternately showing well and hiding against the reeds again on 18th.

Three greenshanks were seen at Farlington Marshes on 28th.

There were 3 kingfishers at Farlington on 28th/

Around 30 bearded tits were vocal and mobile in the reed beds on the sea wall end of the lake a.m. on 28th.

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A shoal of over 20 bass, between 35 and 50cm, were feeding in the strong current on the east side of South Parade Pier on 28th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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