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Thursday 19 November 2015, Gaucin, sunny, calm air-light S-SE wind, 20C

A morning walk along the mist-shrouded tracks to the north of the village produced the usual array of species, the highlights being Firecrest, Crested Tit, Common Crossbill and, amongst the burgeoning numbers of Chaffinch, a Siskin. In addition to the increase in Chaffinch numbers, there are now more Serin, European Robin, Blackcap and Common Chiffchaff around. With cold weather predicted for the weekend, these populations may swell even more.

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