Rare Visitor: Hooded Crow Seen In Anderby Creek

A Hooded Crow was seen in Anderby Creek today.  The bird is usually found in Scotland and Ireland and is a rare visitor in the East of England.  A Hooded Crow was recently seen at Donna Nook, so it could have been the same one.  For more information, please visit the RSPB website.

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14 April 2020

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