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Kessingland Little Tern Colony

Kessingland Little Tern Colony News It’s tragic news from Kessingland Little tern colony.  Just after extending the enclosure on Wednesday due to  increasing nest area requirement (with well over 100 plus), unfortunately due to an outfall from Benacre, failure was brought about

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Events Resume! Outney Common April 22nd

For two years, the WBC Events Sub-committee has dutifully met to put together a series of interesting talks and walks, both Suffolk-based and further afield, only to see the pandemic blow it all up. But, we get to April

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Lucky escape for Treecreeper!

I thought you might like to see this. Whilst enjoying a leisurely coffee this morning there was a (mercifully dull) thud on the lounge window. On investigating I found a stunned Treecreeper on the patio.

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Ernie Lucking – a tribute

Suffolk’s birding community is still reeling following the sudden loss of our great friend and WBC member Ernie Lucking.  I knew Ernie since the early 1990s when we used to meet each morning whilst the team were ringing birds at Fagbury Cliff at Trimley.