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On 3/23/2020 at 3:29 PM, Uhtred said:

They are here; I’ve seen grey wagtails at, for example, Scarlett and Port Grenagh and a yellow wagtail when walking a footpath in the Grenaby/Ballabeg area.

I am in Grenaby. I think we have the grey one's in our garden. They are quick so I could be wrong.

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2 hours ago, Phillip Dearden said:

I am in Grenaby. I think we have the grey one's in our garden. They are quick so I could be wrong.

You probably do. They’re pretty little things. And, as you say, fast!

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It will be a grey wagtail.   They breed on the Isle of Man rivers. 

Yellow wagtails are rare migrants.  Maybe 1 or 2 a year pass through.  At places like langness, derbyhaven and the point of ayre.  (Ie coastal migration points)

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