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To see news for the week ending       November 20th    27th


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A long-tailed duck continues to linger in the north of Langstone Harbour.

Two goosanders were seen from the oyster beds on 29th.

There were 2 black-necked grebes in Langstone Harbour viewable from the Southmoor car-park on 29th

Two purple sandpipers on new rocks at Southsea Castle on 28h were not phased by nearby working machinery.

A grey phalarope was in pools at the back of the deeps at Farlington Marshes on 28th and 29th.  On 29th one was close in off Southsea Castle at 10.42.

Kittiwakes and little gulls were still being seen along the coast early this week.

A yellow-legged gull was had been present by the Southsea Canoe Lake for 4 days by 28th.

Four Sandwich terns were on the mud off Warblington on 29th.

A razorbill was on the sea next to South parade pier at Southsea on 29th.

A great northern diver flew past Titchfield Haven at midday on 28th and a black-throated diver was in the Chichester Harbour entrance p.m. on 29th.

A shag was by the South Parade Pier at Southsea on 29th.

Short-eared owls were seen on Farlington Marshes and Southmoor on 28th.

Two Dartford warblers were in the point field on Farlington Marshes and another by the benches overlooking the deeps on 29th.






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