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January 2006


Tue 31st Jan: Wollaton Park - Adult Mediteranean gull with black-headed gulls on grass between Lime Tree Avenue and lake at 11.35. Showing most of black hood
Tue 31st Jan: Nottingham - c25 Waxwings at Beechdale Baths (with Fieldfares, Redwings and Mistle Thrushes) 1115 - 1130
Tue 31st Jan: Nottingham - 10.30 pm Peregrine on Newton building in its usual spot. Almost certainly a 2nd bird close by.
Tue 31st Jan: Mansfield - 200+ piedwagtails in the roost opp Barclays bank @ 5am
Tue 31st Jan: East Leake - 4 Common Buzzards circling Costock side of the Easl Leake village - moved north 1215
Tue 31st Jan: Bestwood CP and Mill Lakes - Siskin - total of c60, Lesser Redpoll - 5+ [Mill Lake].
Tue 31st Jan: Attenborough N.R. - 4 SCAUP(FEM),SMEW(FEM)main pond,red-crested pochard (church pond).
Mon 30th Jan: West Leake - 300-400 Fieldfare in tall trees N.side of Brickyard Lane
Mon 30th Jan: Nottingham - c20 Waxwings at Beechdale Baths again in the morning at least.
Mon 30th Jan: Nottingham - @ 13.50.Nottingham City Centre, Newton Building, Peregrine, perched just below the mast array. Good views for several minutes then flew off following the general direction of Mansfield Road.
Mon 30th Jan: Lound - No sign of drake Smew all day. Slavonian Grebe - Still on Chainbridge Pit. Whooper Swan - 4 reported on Clayworth Common but apparently no Bewick's. (Numbers do vary from day to day and birds do get on Neatholme Lane Pits). Stonechat - female/imm on set aside field between Chainbridge Lane and the old Windsurf Pit. Oystercatcher - 1 on Sutton Trout Lake (Doughty's Pit) Dunlin - 2 on Chainbridge NR Scrape.
Mon 30th Jan: Dunham-on-Trent Lakes - 300 Wigeon, 75 Mute Swans, good numbers of common winter ducks plus 5000/10000 Starlings showing well over the village just before evening roost.
Mon 30th Jan: Attenborough - The Little Egret was seen at 11.30am on Tween Pond but was disturbed by Gulls and few off westward. Water Rail on the Wet Marsh together with a Sparrowhawk that was hunting along the reed and tree line.
Mon 30th Jan: Attenborough - Scaup x4[females on main pond],Stonechat and Grey partridge x2[Erewash field],Chiffchaff x2,Little Egret[Tween pond].
Sun 29th Jan: Stoke Bardolph - 250 Golden Plover[on fields]
Sun 29th Jan: Retford - at least 1 Waxwing in Kings Park around the ornamental fountain, @ 0815
Sun 29th Jan: Nottingham - Up to 27 Waxwings early afternoon in Beechdale swimming baths car park, also getting into adjacent Ambulance station yard.
Sun 29th Jan: Lound - Drake Smew - [Walter's Lane Pit, flew to Chainbridge Pit late afternoon]. 9 Whooper Swans [Clayworth Common], plus an unknown number of Bewick's Swans. Chiffchaff - single (un-ringed) in willow just south of Chainbridge Bridge, Slavonian Grebe [Chainbridge pit]
Sun 29th Jan: Hoveringham [Railway/Big Pit] - 24 Goosander, 2 Redshank, Great Northern Diver [13:00]
Sun 29th Jan: Hoveringham (Sailing Pit) - Snipe, 2 Black necked Grebes, 2 Western Yellow legged Gulls[poss.more], and at dusk female Merlin [every thing up].
Sun 29th Jan: Hoveringham ("New" new Pit) - Green Sandpiper, Short Eared Owl [14:00 - on scrub at the very back of the New New Workings, near railway - flew into old trees.
Sun 29th Jan: Holme Pierrepont (Blotts Pit) - 3 Smews
Sun 29th Jan: Clumber - up to three Hawfinches near the chapel.
Sun 29th Jan: Attenborough - Bittern (flew over delta reedbed0 c1000, 4 Female Scaup main pond, 8 Goldeneye, 2 Bullfinches, c16 Siskins.
Sun 29th Jan: Attenborough [Erewash Field] - Little Egret flying along the Trent. No sign of any Short eared Owls, 6/7 Fieldfares.
Sat 28th Jan: Rainworth Waters - One Jack Snipe, near the horse paddock Neil Draycott almost stood on it!!
Sat 28th Jan: Nottingham - c20 Waxwings in the Beechdale swimming baths car park, late afternoon.
Sat 28th Jan: Lound - Slavonian Grebe still on the Chainbridge Pit.
Sat 28th Jan: Holme Pierrepont (Blotts Pit) - 23 Meadow Pipits.
Sat 28th Jan: Holme Pierrepont (A52 pit) - 2000 Wigeon, 250 Lapwing, 21 Redshank, 1 Dunlin.
Sat 28th Jan: Gamstone - 30 Fieldfare, 2 Drake Red crested Pochards on the Grantham Canal.
Sat 28th Jan: Colwick CP - 10 Redwing, 4 Wigeon, 3 Snipe[Race Course Pond], Grey Wagtail, Goldcrest.
Sat 28th Jan: Bestwood [Mill Lakes] - 26 Snipe ( site record ).
Sat 28th Jan: Attenborough - Little Egret [Tween Pond and Clifton Pit], 4 Scaup on Main Pond, 5 Common Buzzard (south of river), Shelduck on works pond.
Fri 27th Jan: Silverhill Wood - 0745 Short Eared Owl, Redshank
Fri 27th Jan: Retford - 2 Waxwings in Kings Park in Retford. Present all day until at least 1.30pm. There were 4 birds present yesterday but only two remain and are feeding on berry laden trees with other thrushes around the ornamental fountain lake opposite the entrance near the Police Station.
Fri 27th Jan: Lenton - 100-200 Fieldfare, 50-100 Redwing, 500+ Starling, 30 Goldfinch on the Dave Eastwood Sports Ground, Lenton Lane (section running down to the Trent)
Fri 27th Jan: Attenborough - 14 Goosander, Red head Smew [both Main Pond], plus Shelduck, Bittern showing well from hide,left side of reed-bed - 16:55 till dark, on the delta
Fri 27th Jan: Attenborough [Erewash Fields] - Male Stonechat [New Workings], 17 Bullfinches, Female Stonechat, Snipe, 2 Goosander, 2 Short-Eared Owls
Thu 26th Jan: Nottingham - Peregrine seen on Newton building, Trent University at 9.45 am.
Thu 26th Jan: Colwick CP - 5 Wigeon, 4 Goldeneye, 3 Goosander [below sluice,s], Redshank, 100 Lapwing, Water Rail [Loop], Grey Wagtail, 20 Linnet, 5 Goldcrest, Chiffchaff.
Thu 26th Jan: Clumber Park - Up to 6 Hawfinches, 1230 to 1330, behind the Chapel.
Thu 26th Jan: Clifton - 2 Reed Buntings, a first for a garden in Clifton
Wed 25th Jan: Clumber Park - One female Lesser Spotted Woodpecker in the trees behind the chapel, at 12:30
Wed 25th Jan: Balderton - Red throated Diver still on the Gravel pit at the bottom of Rowan Way.
Wed 25th Jan: Attenborough - Scaup[main pond],Shelduck[delta].
Tue 24th Jan: Radcliffe-on-Soar - 1.30pm Winking Hill (opposite power station), 5 Buzzards circling woods.
Tue 24th Jan: Nottingham - Peregrine on Newton Building, Trent University, @2.30pm. Still there at dusk (5pm).
Tue 24th Jan: Langford Lowfield - Pintail - 5, Stonechat - 2
Tue 24th Jan: Collingham G.P - Redshank - 9, Dunlin - 2
Tue 24th Jan: Balderton - Red-throated Diver - still on the gravel pit at the end of Rowan Way.
Tue 24th Jan: Balderton - Red Throated Diver at Balderton Lake, seen diving throughout main lake, still no sign of obvious injury, finally giving great views at duck feeding area at 4pm.
Tue 24th Jan: Attenborough - 2 Goldeneye, 5 Snipe, 3 Common Gulls, Shelduck, 10 Goosander, Kingfisher, 2 Wigeon, 4 Chiffchaff (Sewage Works).
Tue 24th Jan: Attenborough [Erewash Fields] - 2 Short eared Owls [c1500], Stonechat.
Mon 23rd Jan: South Muskham - Black-necked Grebe on southern most fishing pit.
Mon 23rd Jan: Lound - Slavonian Grebe still on Chainbridge Pit, also 9 Whooper and 3 Bewicks Swans on Clayworth Common.
Mon 23rd Jan: Lenton - 12 Waxwings seen sat in trees at 12.45pm on Clifton Boulevard just past Showcase Cinemas.
Mon 23rd Jan: Balderton - Red throated Diver still on the gravel pit at the bottom of Rowan Way.
Mon 23rd Jan: Attenborough - Scaup x4[females,on main pond],Corn Bunting[sth of river,opp delta hide],Siskin x2[delta],Shelduck[works pond].
Sun 22nd Jan: Welbeck Raptor Watch - Point - 6 Goosander [males], Peregrine Falcon.
Sun 22nd Jan: Sherwood Forest - Tawny Owl
Sun 22nd Jan: Lound - The Slavonian Grebe is still present at Lound on Chainbridge Pit (the pit south of the viewpoint along Chainbridge Lane before the river bridge) for it's 8th day. Whooper Swan - 9+ on Clayworth Common, Bewick's Swan - 2 on Clayworth Common, Brambling - 1 near entrance to Chainbridge NR Wood, Chiffchaff - one at the Parish Park on Neatholme Lane, Redshank - 2+, Treecreeper - 1 in Chainbridge NR Wood.
Sun 22nd Jan: Hoveringham - Great Northern Diver back on the sailing pit and at least 1 Black-necked Grebe. A Common Sandpiper in field near level crossing.
Sun 22nd Jan: Gringley Carr - 5 Mealy Redpolls in setaside and on wires near the pumping station. Also 100+ Corn Bunting, 100+ Tree Sparrow, 170 Reed Bunting and 80 Lesser Redpoll
Sun 22nd Jan: Clumber Park - 2 Hawfinchs [behind chapel], also pair Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, 9 Goosander [females], Buzzard, Stonechat [female wetland], Water Rail [wetland].
Sun 22nd Jan: Clifton Grove - Female Lesser Spotted Woodpecker showed well for over an hour on the edge of Clifton wood near the Alder Plantation, also a small number of siskin in the area. 2 Golden Plover in field near Beeston weir with a small group of Lapwing. 2 Stonechats still in the area between the weir and Holme pit.
Sun 22nd Jan: Bestwood [Mill Lakes] - c60 Siskin, 16 Snipe.
Sun 22nd Jan: Balderton - Red-throated Diver on the gravel pit at the end of Rowan Way and looking healthier today than for the past couple of days.
Sun 22nd Jan: Attenborough - 3 Scaup, 1 Smew, Bittern, 20 Goosander, 6 Goldeneye, 5 Tree Sparrow.
Sat 21st Jan: Silverhill Wood - 1, possibly 2, Short Eared Owls quartering rough ground on top of old pit top and being pestered by crows - 0800 hours
Sat 21st Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver [Big Pit], 2 Black necked Grebes [Sailing Pit], drake Smew [Training Pit]
Sat 21st Jan: Holme Pierrepont - flotilla of 12 goldeneye on water ski lagoon, female stonechat on riverside footpath between Trent bridge and HP (near sailing club).
Sat 21st Jan: Gamston - 2 drake red crested pochard regularly taking advantage of the duck feeding public on the canal behind Morrisons.
Sat 21st Jan: Attenborough - 6 Snipe, 2 Shelduck [Works Pit], 19 Goosander, Chiffchaff [Wet Marsh], Water Rail. + Bat species [> < Sand Martin size].
Sat 21st Jan: Attenborough - 14 Snipe and 1 Shelduck on Works beach, 5 Goldeneye, 19 Goosander, 10 Common Gull and 4 Ruddy Duck on Clifton Pond.
Sat 21st Jan: Attenborough [Erewash Field] - 4 Short eared Owls, Stonechat, Chiffchaff, 2 Snipe + Tawny Owl [calling - after dark].
Fri 20th Jan: Hoveringham [Sailing Pit] - 2 Black - Necked Grebes. Drake Smew + 8 Redshank + very possible, Tundra Bean Goose, among the Grey Lag Geese
Fri 20th Jan: Hoveringham [Big Pit] - Great Northern Diver, 2 Goosander, 30 Siskin.
Thu 19th Jan: Bestwood [Mill Lakes] - Red crested Pochard, 2 Water Rails, 30 Siskin, 5 Snipe.
Thu 19th Jan: Attenborough - Bittern x2[delta hide,10.45am],Scaup x3[main pond].
Wed 18th Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver still on the railway pit, Black necked Grebe on the sailing pit.
Wed 18th Jan: Bestwood [Mill Lakes] - Red Crested Pochard, Water Rail, 5 Snipe
Tue 17th Jan: Harworth pit top - Fields near Harworth pit top, approx SK623891 A bird apparently been in the area for a week. Is said to be huge and has spent time on the ground. Seems worth checking out
Mon 16th Jan: Lound - Slavonian Grebe still on the Chainbridge Lane pit
Mon 16th Jan: Attenborough - S.E.Owl[erewash field],Stonechat[sth of river,barton].
Mon 16th Jan: Attenborough NR - 3 Snipe, 20 Goosander, 4 Goldeneye, Bittern, Common Gull.
Sun 15th Jan: Sutton Bonington - Hungary Lane--c100 Fieldfare in trees, plus 7 Red Legged Partridge. 1030.
Sun 15th Jan: Nottingham - Peregrine Falcon [singleton] on the Newton building in the city centre.
Sun 15th Jan: Eakring Flash - 3 Goosanders, and on Eakring Meadows -- 2 Jack Snipe, 8 Common Snipe.
Sun 15th Jan: Clumber - Single male Hawfinch at 9.15, showed well for 30 minutes.
Sun 15th Jan: Clifton Grove area - 2 Stonechats on fence post on track from the weir to Clifton wood, 3 Corn Buntings in trees near the small pond behind Holme pit, 100+ Linnet in stubble field near Branshill wood, 30+ Siskins in the Alder plantation behind Clifton wood, 70+ Meadow Pipit in field behind Holme pit, 2 calling Water Rail on Holme pit.
Sun 15th Jan: Bestwood [Mill Lakes] - 4 Snipes.
Sun 15th Jan: Attenborough - Redhead Smew[Tween pond],Bittern[delta hide],Corn Bunting[sth of river],Shelduck x2,Herring gull x2[church pond raft],Snipe[works].
Sat 14th Jan: Rainworth - 10 Waxwings, Tippings wood
Sat 14th Jan: Lound - Slavonian Grebe [Chainbridge Pit], 12 Whoopers and 2 Bewick's Swans on Clayworth Common, a couple of Brambling on Walters Lane and a Pintail and Water Rail.
Sat 14th Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver [Railway Pit], 2 Black necked Grebes [Sailing Pit]
Sat 14th Jan: Holme Pierrepont - Caspian Gull in the A52 pit roost.
Sat 14th Jan: Gunthorpe - Little Egret roosting at Shelford Manor heronry, 360 Wigeon, 1 Chiffchaff, several Willow Tit, 5 Kingfisher.
Sat 14th Jan: Attenborough [Erewash Field] - 4 Short eared Owls, female Stonechat, 1 Grey Partridge.
Sat 14th Jan: Attenborough NR - 32 Goosander, 2 Snipe [Delta], Scaup [female - Main Pond], Bittern [ 13:15 & 14:25 - Wet Marsh ]
Fri 13th Jan: Netherfield Lagoons - Male + female Stonechat, 3 Snipe, Shelduck, 40 Wigeon, Grey Wagtail [Ouse Dyke], 300 Golden Plover [fields], 5 Grey Partridge, + low counts of Redwing & Fieldfare.
Fri 13th Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver on the Railway Pit, also 2 Black necked Grebes [Sailing Pit]
Thu 12th Jan: West Bridgeford - c15 Redwings @ 1pm in the West Bridgford Central Park.
Thu 12th Jan: Oakmere Park Golf Course - South of Oakmere Park Golf Course (off A614): Fieldfare - c250 (+ 4+ Redwing)
Thu 12th Jan: Huthwaite Tip - Adult Glaucous Gull, first winter Iceland Gull
Thu 12th Jan: Clumber Park - Hawfinch - 5+ ('behind' chapel as usual)
Thu 12th Jan: Bennerley Marsh - 500+ Golden Plovers 2pm
Thu 12th Jan: Attenborough - c20 Goosanders, Bittern, Chiffchaff [sewerage works], no Short-eared Owls seen late afternoon on the Erewash field.
Wed 11th Jan: High Marnham - 52 Golden Plovers, 2 Green Sandpipers.
Wed 11th Jan: Colwick CP - 2 Red head Smew [Hall Lake] + 1 Drake [West Lake], 200+ Lapwings, 190 Shoveler, 3 Wigeon, 3 Goldeneyes [fems.], 14 Siskins
Wed 11th Jan: Clumber Park - 2-3 Hawfinch, pair of Lesser spotted Woodpeckers, Great spotted and Green Woodpeckers, Marsh Tits, plenty of Nuthatches, all behind church.
Wed 11th Jan: Attenborough - Bittern[from Bund],Scaup x4[tween],Water Rail[delta],Shelduck[delta].
Tue 10th Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver on the railway pit today @ 1200hrs. No sign of the smew or black necked grebe on the sailing lakes.
Mon 9th Jan: Rainworth - 20 Waxwings at tippings wood, @ 0830
Mon 9th Jan: Colwick CP - Red crested Pochard [male + female], c230 Shoveler, c100 Lapwing, 10 Siskin, Redshank, Water Rail, Jack Snipe [Trout Lake bank].
Mon 9th Jan: Attenborough - Bittern[delta],Snipe x9,Water Rail.
Sun 8th Jan: Ruddington CP - Green Woodpecker in Gibbes Wood along with large Tit flock incl.c10 Siskins @ 1200. Lesser black backed Gull on lake with numerous Black headed Gulls @ 1230.
Sun 8th Jan: Bestwood (Mill Lakes) - 8 Siskin, Water Rail, Drake Goosander [over], 3 Jays.
Sun 8th Jan: Annesley Pit Top - c160 Golden Plover, 14 Grey Partridges
Sat 7th Jan: Nottingham - Peregrine on the Newton Building Trent University, on its apparently well used roost/perch spot... above the main entrance & just down from the battery of telecommunications masts.
Sat 7th Jan: Hoveringham - Juvenile Great northern Diver now on the Railway Pit, Black necked Grebe [Sailing Pit], Smew [Apex pit, behind the sailing club house].
Sat 7th Jan: Clumber Park - 5 Hawfinches by the Chapel.
Sat 7th Jan: Attenborough - Scaup x3[females,church pond,13.30],Also R.C.Pochard.Rook c250-300,in field over river,next to barton flash.
Sat 7th Jan: Attenborough - 8 Goosander, Shelduck [works pit], Willow Tit, Marsh Tit[triangle feeder], 5 Short eared Owls [Erewash Field]; Bittern [16:32] + 2 Grey Partridge [Delta]. Female Merlin on the the Wet marsh.
Fri 6th Jan: Netherfield Lagoons - 4 Stonechat [3 males + 1 female], Snipe, Drake Red crested Pochard, 2 Shelduck, c60 Golden Plover.
Fri 6th Jan: Hoveringham (Sailing Lakes) - 1430-1545: Black-necked Grebe; Smew (drake); Goosander (male & female); Caspian Gull. No sign of Great northern Diver.
Fri 6th Jan: Attenborough - Bittern[delta hide],Redhead Smew[tween],R.C.Pochard[female,church pond],Willow Tit.
Fri 6th Jan: Attenborough - 2 Stonechats (male & female)[Erewash Field], 3 female Scaups [Tween pond], Snipe [Clifton pond from hide], Great Spotted Woodpecker on feeders [new hide], Siskin [Delta area], 2 Willow Tits [trees by Barton Island].
Thu 5th Jan: Ruddington - Sparrowhawk shot through garden feeder area, it appeared from nowhere and was too fast to see if a victim was claimed.
Thu 5th Jan: Rainworth Waters - Water Rail, Kingfisher, Woodcock
Thu 5th Jan: Nottingham - A Peregrine perched on Newton Building in the city centre, about 11am, gone an hour later
Thu 5th Jan: Mansfield - Pied Wagtail roost 150+ birds in one tree opposite Barclays bank in the Town Centre
Thu 5th Jan: Hoveringham - Great Northern Diver, 2 Black-necked Grebe, 2 Goosander [all on the sailing pit] plus 2 Smew (male + female) on the adjacent Small Pit, immediately west of Sailing Pit (Annex? Pit).
Wed 4th Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver on the Sailing pit.
Wed 4th Jan: Clumber Park - 9-10 Hawfinches seen in the chapel gardens, 10 Goosanders, 2 Shelducks 2, 15+ Shovelers, 20+ Ruddy Ducks, mainly female with the odd male, 4 Bullfinches.
Wed 4th Jan: Clifton Grove - 2 Brambling, 1 Lesser Redpoll & 18 Siskin behind Clifton wood in the Alder plantation. 2 Stonechats on the track from the weir to Clifton wood.
Wed 4th Jan: Beeston Rylands - 2 skeins of pink feet approx 300 birds flying west over Boots site at Beeston towards Attenborough @ 1430
Wed 4th Jan: Beeston Rylands - 2 Chiffchaffs, c40 Linnets.
Tue 3rd Jan: Sutton Lawn - @ 0750 -- Roost dispersal of Jackdaw - c 200 east.
Tue 3rd Jan: Huthwaite Tip - 1st Winter Caspian Gull @ 1050, access off Common Rd via Mill Lane.
Tue 3rd Jan: Hoveringham - Juvenile Great northern Diver still on the Sailing Pit
Tue 3rd Jan: High Marnham - 300 Fieldfares, 2 Green Sandpipers.
Tue 3rd Jan: Dunham on Trent Lakes - Snipe, Redshank, Green Woodpecker, Kingfisher carrying a piece of bread.
Tue 3rd Jan: Attenborough - Bittern[delta],Siskin c60[bund],Chiffchaff x6[sailing pit],S.E.Owl x2[erewash field],G.B.B.Gull[sailing pit].
Tue 3rd Jan: Annesley Pit Top - Siskin (c.40), Lesser Redpoll (c. 30)
Mon 2nd Jan: Newton - Merlin watched hunting on edge of village and using undulating disguise flight.
Mon 2nd Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver still on the sailing lake, Drake Smew at Gibsmere, male Pintail on small lake near to the Sailing Pit.
Mon 2nd Jan: Holme Pierrepont - Redhead Smew still on Blott's Pit, also Little Egret.
Mon 2nd Jan: Harlow Wood - Woodcock and 6 Crossbill.
Mon 2nd Jan: Colwick CP - Red crested Pochard[male and female], 28 Siskin, Chiffchaff, Mediterranean Gull [on the rocks].
Mon 2nd Jan: Attenborough - 2 Bitterns [roosted in Delta reedbed at 4:30pm], 3 Short eared Owls [in Erewash field at 2:40], c40 Siskin [near Delta gate]. 13 Golddeneye, Water Rail [good views in paddock at the back of Attenborough Church]
Sun 1st Jan: Huthwaite Tip - First winter Glaucous Gull.
Sun 1st Jan: Hoveringham - Great northern Diver still on the sailing pit.
Sun 1st Jan: Holme Pierrepont - Redhead Smew on Blott's Pit, also Little Egret.
Sun 1st Jan: Bestwood (Mill Lakes) - Merlin [female/imm in water meadow], Water Rail 1, Siskin c50, Lesser Redpoll 2, Pochard 31, Snipe 4.
Sun 1st Jan: Bestwood (Goosedale) - Buzzard 1, Fieldfare 64, Yellowhammer 8.
Sun 1st Jan: Attenborough - S.E.Owl[erewash field],R.L.Partridge x14,Corn Bunting C6,Buzzard[sth of river],Brambling[female,Delta hide],Scaup x2[main pond],Coal Tit.Herring Gull x9[church pond],Yellowhammer x6,Shelduck,Tree sparrow,Chiffchaff x5.
Sun 1st Jan: Attenborough - 28 Goosander, Scaup [female Main Pond], Red head Smew [Clifton Pit], Marsh Tit, 3 Short eared Owls [Erewash Field].
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