Cory’s Shearwater off Porthgwarra, 26th June, Nigel Rogers
Pacific Golden Plover at Stithians Reservoir- 16th June – Mike Spicer
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This lil one was found wandering a Falmouth street and brought in by police officer on behalf of some boys who found them, gave box and some of their pasty 🥟🥰
Bit optimistic on the pasty eating as weighs 131g (also not exactly right food) but BIG thank you to them 💚💚 @CBWPS1
Male Common Redstart up in the pine trees on Bodmin moor.
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