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What to look for in March Look for the first sand martins or swallows skimming low over lakes, ponds or marshes where they can find insects. Slapton Ley will be a


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good place to look. Also look for our only duck that is a summer visitor, the garganey at similar locations. Slightly bigger than a teal, the handsome male is a mixture of brown and bluish grey plumage but with a striking large white crescent over the eye to the side of the nape. Another early arrival, they can be quite numerous with an incredible 65 being seen at Thurlestone in 2005.


Frogs will have emerged from hibernation and can often be found at traditional locations such as ponds in fields and also making their way across gardens to go to a neighbours’ pond to breed. The first spawn should be evident.


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