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June
17/06/18 - Ruddy Shelduck - Attenborough NR - by the V/C today.
15/06/18 - LNY - Garganey - Attenborough NR - 2 drk on Tween Pond yesterday at 11:00
14/06/18 - LNY - Quail - Costock - male singing yesterday at 07:00
13/06/18 - LNY - Garganey - Attenborough NR - 2 drk on Tween Pond yesterday at 17:15
11/06/18 - 17:20 - Caspian Gull - Idle Valley NR - 2s at Bellmoor Lake.
08/06/18 - Bittern - Holme Pierrepont - over Blotts Pit this afternoon. 
03/06/18 - 15:15 - Great White Egret - Idle Valley NR - still on Neatholme Fen. 
02/06/18 - Wood Sandpiper - Holme Pierrepont - on Blotts Pit.
02/06/18 - 08:05 - Arctic Tern - Idle Valley NR - 4 at Neatholme Fen. 

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County Recorders

North Lincolnshire

John Clarkson, 33 Ramsgate, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 0NB
recorder_north@lincsbirdclub.co.uk

South Lincolnshire

Phil Hyde, The Cottage, Fen Lane, East Keal, Spilsby, Lincolnshire PE23 4AY
recorder_south@lincsbirdclub.co.uk

A list of the species considered in alphabetical order can be found here Courtesy of LBC   

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