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AudlemOnline received the following message following the recently published photographs by Shaughna Warburton:

"Dear Editor,

I promised a small group of Chester friends a trip this year to see the starling murmuration at RSPB Conwy. However, on checking with the reserve, we find it just hasn't happened this year, and they don't know where they've gone!

So I was amazed to see Shaughna's photographs about three days ago of the murmuration at Audlem, and now see that they've become local headline news on AudlemOnline.

But we don't know where they are -- is there any possibility of letting us know where to go to view them?

I look forward to thing from you,
Martin"

We'd like to hear from you as where to best see the Starling around Audlem, if they're still here in the same numbers?

Drop us a line at editor@audlem.org

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