A Nightingale Flew Over Eastfield

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David German reports a rare occurence. 'Great news! About two years ago we suddenly heard a nightingale singing somewhere in the area of Eastfield off Holdens way. Tonight we have heard it once again, stood in our garden just as it was going dark.

Unlikely to be the same bird I expect but certainly a nightingale. It seemed to move between different trees and then it went quiet. We will listen for it again tomorrow night.

If anyone else has heard it please share the news'

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