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The Arun week: 1 to 7 March

4 March: A damp and chilly morning dog walk by the Arun to the east and north of Arundel yielded two Reed Buntings, a Bullfinch, a singing Cetti's Warbler and a Yellowhammer.
3 March: Early to mid afternoon in Arundel Park yielded three Hawfinches, one Bullfinch, two Kestrels and a calling Tawny Owl. This was followed by brief visits to Swanbourne Lake, where there were two vociferous Little Grebes, and WWT, where there were 47 Lapwings, 10 Snipe, two Oystercatchers, two Shelduck and six Shovelers. Concluded with an hour and a half scan from the river end of the Millstream, which produced a female Hen Harrier, Marsh Harrier, three Red Kites, four Buzzards, a Peregrine, at least one Barn Owl, calling Water Rail, three Little Egrets and at least seven Reed Buntings flying into WWT to roost.
3 March: The morning dog walk by the Arun to the east and north of Arundel yielded four Stonechats, five Reed Buntings, a Firecrest, a singing Cetti's Warbler and a singing Yellowhammer.
2 March: An afternoon visit to Sherwood Rough produced a Firecrest, five Marsh Tits, a male Sparrowhawk and two displaying pairs of Buzzards but little else of note. 
1 March: A morning visit to the Water Woods produced a Firecrest and singing Marsh Tit.

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