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Cornish Chough

Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax

Description:

For hundreds of years these birds had a large breeding population in Cornwall but the breeding appeared to stop in the mid 20th century but they bred again in the early 21st century and are making a slow but steady recovery with 17 fledging this year boosting the total population to just 39, of which 6 are in this area, including 4 fledglings.

Habitat:

Coastal cliff tops

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1 Comment

Brian38
Brian38 10 months ago

Amazing spotting and series, Malcolm!

England, United Kingdom

Spotted on Jul 10, 2020
Submitted on Sep 4, 2020

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