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|Date:||Tue, 1 Jan 2019 21:40:09 +0000|
I got to see the Bittern this morning with thanks to Alan (last name?) coming up to Cygnas Hide to alert us. On the way back to Bittern Hide Alan commented that the Bittern was coming out to the edge of the reeds, grabing some unknown prey and returning into the reeds with the prey and returning back out to the edge shortly after to get more prey. We also noted this several times while watching it.
Possable nest or young inside the reeds?
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