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Old 22-07-18, 04:01 PM
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Very nice Martin. There seems to have been an invasion because there's a couple in Somerset and one in Gloucestershire today, as well as other counties. Amazing really.

They'd be well beyond my id skills!
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Old 24-07-18, 01:44 PM
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Yesterday a friend found some Southern Migrant Hawkers yesterday a 1st for Dorset so today I went down to the place to see if I could see my 1st Southern Migrant Hawker my record shots do not do the dragon any justice it is a stunning Dragonfly with bright blue eyes. A total of 3 were seen, with the sometimes coming blows. The one I was watching on a dried up pool chased off Brown Hawkers, Ruddy Darters and it rivals .

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Splendid news Martin! You did well with your photo's. Congratulations on your images and your latest Lifer!

Send some up to the Midlands please!
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