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Monday, March 21, 2005
The Norfolk Blackbird that takes its holidays in Devon

By David Sapsted
(Filed: 17/03/2005)

A blackbird bitten by the travel bug is amazing ornithologists by taking annual winter breaks in the same gardens in Devon rather than staying in wind-swept Norfolk.

While many of his kind are content to spend their entire lives within a few miles of their place of birth, Roger the blackbird - or CL98725, as ornithologists know him - flies 228 miles each autumn from his native Thetford to a garden in Newton Abbot.

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