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Winter

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As reed buntings and wrens burrow deeper into the reed-beds to fend off the chill of a British winter, many other birds fly in from even chillier places overseas. These usually include Bewick’s swans, bittern and water rail and, sometimes, in extreme weather, unusual or rare ‘vagrants’.