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It's been a day to think about things other than racist politicians.

On the recommendation of Duncan MacInnes, who commented here yesterday, we went to Lackford Lakes near Bury St Edmunds, which is now a stunning bird reserve. I had not been for some time.

A great selection of ducks were to be seen at close quarters, as well as snipe, oystercatcher, several types of finch, plus blue, great, long-tailed, coal and marsh tit, nuthatch, tree creeper, and a great deal more, including many more dunnock than will ever normally be seen in a day. Only raptors were notable by their total absence.

And there was a very tame muntjac and his mate.

Well worth a visit.

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