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Country diary: mudflats as a magnet for wetland birds

19.10.2018
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Langstone Harbour, Hampshire: These newly arrived migrants had joined a post-breeding congregation of 20 mute swans to forage in the shallows for green algae and eelgrassAs I sat on the concrete jetty with the late afternoon sun warming my face and bare arms, it felt as though winter was weeks away, but the presence of a raft of several hundred ducks in the bay suggested otherwise.Langstone harbour's intertidal mudflats are a magnet for wetland birds and these newly arrived migrants had joined a post-breeding congregation of 20 mute swans to forage in the shallows for green algae (Chlorophyta) and eelgrass (Zostera sp). Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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